Fortune 500 Companies Tell Trump: Don't Abandon Paris Climate Agreement

First, it was a full-page ad in The New York Times signed by companies such as Apple, Morgan Stanley and Unilever. Then came the letter from 214 institutional investors with a combined $15 trillion in assets. By May 9, Tiffany & Co. had tweeted a message of support, in its signature robin's egg blue.

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Meet 9 Inspiring Women Taking the Climate Fight to Cities Around the Globe

This story originally appeared on GreenBiz.

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6 Big Takeaways From the Paris Climate Agreement

After spending two uber-intense weeks in Paris as part of the Rainforest Alliance delegation to the COP21 U.N. climate summit, it was amazing to see how governments, business and civil society came together to forge a historic climate agreement.  

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Apple and Google Are Bribing Employees to Hit Corporate Climate Goals

In the volumes of literature on the ever-popular topic of employee engagement, office perks and corporate programs like volunteer days tend to reign supreme.

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