Apple, Google and Microsoft ask the US to stay in the Paris agreement
Despite the administration Trump has formally submitted the documentation to withdraw the United States from the terms of the Paris agreement on climate change, putting themselves against much of the international community, since the european allies, there is a large imported share of the technology industry want the united states to continue to be part of it. The output from the agreement that was signed in December of 2015 from the then american president, Barack Obama, will not be immediate: the process will be completed only on November 4, 2020.
To try to get Trump on his feet, the CEO of many companies, including Apple, Adobe, Google, HP, and Microsoft, have signed a letter called "United For The Paris Agreement", and invites the United States to stay in the agreement which, remember, requires almost two hundred Countries to keep the global average temperature to below 2 degrees, by reducing the emission of greenhouse gases, setting also a limit of 1.5 degrees.
In their letter, the CEOS of the companies claim that the international pact will strengthen the competitiveness of [United States]" by helping to open the way to technologies that will lead to a future eco-friendly establishing "clear goals" that help in the planning process and stimulate innovation".Zero compromise for the best price?? Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is on offer today on 612 euro or from ePrice to 705 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING