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In Letter to Obama, Leading US Businesses Call for Leadership at Copenhagen

Author: SolveClimate, Published on: 15 December 2009

More than two dozen of the United States' most prominent...companies sent a letter to President Obama today urging...[him] to take a leadership role when he arrives in Copenhagen...and secure a robust international climate agreement. "This agreement has to include significant near- and long-term emissions reductions targets and strong finance provisions, with a substantial commitment of new long-term finance from developed nations, including the United States," the companies write. The letter's signers include Nike, Dow Chemical, Microsoft and Ingersoll Rand, as well as power providers Northern Grid, PG&E and PSEG [Public Service Enterprise Group]. [full list of signatories: Aspen Skiing Company, Ben & Jerry’s (part of Unilever), Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE), Clif Bar, eBay, Eileen Fisher, Gap, GroSolar, Jones Lang LaSalle, Jupiter Oxygen, Levi Strauss, MissionPoint Capital, Seventh Generation, Solazyme, Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Starbucks, Stonyfield Farm, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, The North Face (part of VF Corp), Timberland]

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Related companies: Ben & Jerry's (part of Unilever) Clif Bar Dow Chemical eBay Eileen Fisher Gap Ingersoll-Rand Levi Strauss Microsoft Nike North Face (part of VF Corp) PG&E Public Service Enterprise Group Seventh Generation Starbucks Stonyfield Farm Sun Microsystems Symantec Timberland (part of VF Corp) Unilever