In contradiction with the trombone, Tim Cook, other tech CEOs, marks a renewed commitment to the Paris Memorandum of understanding
Despite a seemingly cordial relationship with President Trump, the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook reiterated a grave area of disagreement, on Monday — the Paris agreement.
cooking, along with some other tech CEOs like Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, Tesla Elon Musk, and Google’s Sundar Pichai, under a statement that says it is to support these companies that help in Paris in 2015-agreement to be signed, against the effects of climate change, but also the position of the United States for a new economic – age.
“participation in the Paris Memorandum of understanding allows us to plan for a just transition and a new, decent, family supporting jobs, and economic opportunity,” the group of CEOs whose companies employ more than 2 million people in the United States, wrote in the letter.
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cook also tweeted about the letter, that “[h]umanity has never before a greater or more urgent danger than climate change — and it is one that we stand together.”
“the stay in the Paris agreement, we strengthen our competitiveness on the global markets, to lead the positioning of the United States, the continued use of new technologies for the transition, for our employees and communities, the creation of jobs and businesses, built for eternity,” the executives . “There is also the investment through the setting supports clear objectives that enable long-term planning. It promotes innovation to achieve emission reductions at a low cost.”
The letter urges the US in particular once again, to reconsider and stay in the Paris agreement. At the beginning of November, the Trump administration began its formal withdrawal from the landmark agreement.
“Two years ago, we knew that the support of the Treaty of Paris was what was needed to help keep companies competitive and continues to thrive under the changing expectations of the Americans. We stand with the 77 [percent] of registered American voters and more than 4,000 U.S. States, cities and businesses supported the Paris agreement,” the letter reads, adding that while progress has been made, further efforts are required to combat the effects of climate change.
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“This moment calls for more, more accelerated action, as we have seen. He calls for the strong political framework of the Paris Memorandum of understanding provides, allows US the freedom to choose our own path to emission reductions,” the letter concludes. “The promise of the Paris agreement is a fair and prosperous world. We call on the United States to stay with us.”
The Executivetive-Council & President of the International Committee of the AFL-CIO also signed the letter, with the group that an additional 12.5 million American workers.
The letter comes shortly after a group of Apple employees expressed their support for Cook efforts to lobby the trump card in the name of the company.
The survey shows for the happiness of anonymous on-the-job social network for the Blind, that is 81.6 per cent of the tech giant supports its employees to speak to a chef in his efforts directly with Trump’s problems, the impact on the company and help “shape policy in Apple’s favor.”
The two men had a relationship that has grown seemingly since the start of the Trump-presidency, one that seemed to have only in the course of time.
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In March, Trump said that Cook had “become a friend of mine” during a meeting of the presidents of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board. Separately during the meeting, Trump accidentally the name of the cooking “Tim ” Apple” in a slip of the tongue. Cook later decided to have a little fun at the President of the costs, change the name of his Twitter, Tim Apple.
The 58-year-old chef is one of the few CEOs in America, with a direct line to Trump, according to an October report in The Wall Street Journal. “He [Koch] is a great Executive,” The magazine quoted Trump, as saying, the President added, “[o]thers go and hire very expensive consultants. Tim Cook calls Donald Trump directly.”
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Released on Mon, 02 Dec 2019 18:47:21 +0000