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Ceres Joins U.S. Partners to Launch 'America Is All In' and Call for an Ambitious National Climate Target

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With the U.S. officially back in the Paris Agreement, Ceres joins the cross-sector call from a renewed network of non-federal climate leaders for a strong national climate target to ensure the U.S. is on track to cut emissions in half by 2030 and achieve net-zero emissions no later than 2050. 

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With the U.S. officially back in the Paris Agreement, Ceres joins the cross-sector call from a renewed network of non-federal climate leaders for a strong national climate target to ensure the U.S. is on track to cut emissions in half by 2030 and achieve net-zero emissions no later than 2050. 

Supporting Paris Agreement Reentry to Complement Significant Industry Progress

By Lynn Good, Chair, President and Chief Executive Officer, Duke Energy
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Our country is at a critical point in addressing the important issue of climate change. At Duke Energy, we’re taking aggressive action to address this challenge while delivering affordable, reliable, and increasingly clean energy. This is what our customers, communities and stakeholders expect from us and what we expect from ourselves.

From Climate Targets to Holistic Solutions

The road to COP26 will be all about implementation
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We've come a long way since the 2015 signing of the Paris Agreement.

On the one hand, we have not made the progress needed:

  • Global emissions have continued to rise,
  • And the unity of governments shown in Paris has since been tested and disrupted.

On the other hand, it’s fair to say that we have come a long way:

As Election Looms, the Trump Administration's Formal Withdrawal of the U.S. From the Global Paris Agreement Goes Into Effect

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The US becomes the only country to leave the global pact, weakening the nation’s standing on climate change

Despite today’s action, 4000+ leaders pledge to continue the public and private sector work to achieve the pact’s most ambitious goals

Bloomberg Pledges to Serve More Planet-Saving, Healthy Plant-based Foods

Signing on to Cool Food Pledge shows commitment to reducing food-related GHG emissions
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December 16, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Bloomberg has committed to serve more climate-friendly foods through the Cool Food Pledge, a growing movement of workplaces, hotels, hospitals and restaurants aiming to slash food-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 25% by 2030. Groups serving a combined 800+ million meals annually have already signed on to this new initiative.

Mars CEO Joins Global Business Leaders Supporting Paris Agreement

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Joining a group of business leaders from around the world, Mars, Incorporated CEO Grant F.

National Grid Urges U.S. to Stay in the Paris Agreement

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LONDON, December 2, 2019 /3BL Media/ - National Grid is publicly advocating for the United States to stay in the Paris Climate Agreement. This new step in the company’s longstanding support for the agreement follows the beginning of the United States’ formal withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement in November. The withdrawal process, if it moves forward, would be complete at this time next year.

National Grid Urges U.S. to Stay in the Paris Agreement

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LONDON, December 2, 2019 /3BL Media/ - National Grid is publicly advocating for the United States to stay in the Paris Climate Agreement. This new step in the company’s longstanding support for the agreement follows the beginning of the United States’ formal withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement in November. The withdrawal process, if it moves forward, would be complete at this time next year.

VMware at Climate Week 2019

By Nicola Acutt, Vice President, Sustainability Strategy
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Last week, leaders from around the world convened in New York for the United Nation’s Climate Summit. The goal was to gather consensus on how we double down on commitments and actions to curb carbon emissions globally. VMware participated, offering our point of view on the urgency of climate change, sharing the steps we’re taking, and collaborating with other leaders on bold actions. According to the U.N.’s report, as a society we need to shift 70-85 percent of electricity to renewable energy sources by 2050 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.

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