'We are still in': US business backs alliance to pursue Paris goals

Madeleine Cuff
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Large swathes of the US' private and civic sectors will continue to pursue emissions reductions despite Trump decision on Paris
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Large swathes of the US' private and civic sectors will continue to pursue emissions reductions despite Trump decision on Paris

Leading companies including Facebook, Apple and Google join US state and business leaders in issuing joint statement to UN pledging allegiance to Paris goals

Some of the world's largest companies have joined forces with American politicians at state, city and local level across the country to issue a joint statement to the UN declaring their ongoing support...

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