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Browsing the "We Are Still In" Tag

Sans Trump, America Reaffirms Commitment To Paris Agreement At COP23

November 13th, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

California Governor Jerry Brown joined United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change Michael Bloomberg on Saturday to reaffirm the commitment of American states, cities, and businesses, to the Paris Climate Agreement, despite the fact that US President Donald Trump officially pulled the United States out of the Accords in June. 


“We Are Still In” Coalition Of US Non-Federal Leaders Doubles Down On Paris Commitment For COP23

October 26th, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

The 'We Are Still In' coalition of US non-federal leaders set up in the immediate wake of President Donald Trump's decision to pull the country out of the Paris Climate Agreement has this week doubled down on its commitment to spurn their President's decision, committing to send delegations to COP23, the next round of UN Climate talks to be held in Bonn, Germany, next month. 


Lyft Aims For 100% Renewable Energy & Self-Driving Bolt Fleet

June 16th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

General Motors makes the Chevy Bolt, a fully electric car. General Motors also has a half billion dollar investment in Lyft, the on-demand taxi service that competes head to head with Uber. In the future, the Chevy Bolt may be the backbone of Lyft's fleet of autonomous driving cars, and those cars may be 100% powered by renewable energy


More Than 1,000 US Mayors, Governors, Attorneys General, CEOs, & Others Join Revolt Against Trump

June 6th, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

Less than a week after Donald Trump announced that he was planning to withdraw the United States from the important Paris Climate Agreement, more than 1,000 mayors, governors, state attorneys general, CEOs, and other prominent US persons have joined in a movement called We Are Still In that does exactly what you think it does -- assure the world that they still recognize the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.



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