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Share the Climate Declaration

Once you or your company has signed the Climate Declaration, help us spread the word! Sharing the message of the Climate Declaration will help add national support for clean energy policies nationwide. This page contains sample tweets and Facebook posts that individuals and companies can share through social media channels and help the Climate Declaration continue to grow.

Once you or your company has signed the Climate Declaration, help keep it growing by spreading the word! Sharing the message of the Climate Declaration will help add national support for clean energy policies nationwide. Share the messages below on Twitter and Facebook and help the Climate Declaration continue to grow.

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Many company signatories have tweeted about the Climate Declaration. See below for some examples of how companies are spreading the word and building support for climate action.

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Share your Climate Story

Many companies have written blogs or other pieces explaining why they signed the Climate Declaration and what efforts they are making to reduce their own climate impacts. Share your story by writing a blog about why you signed, how your company is tackling climate change and why innovative climate and energy policies can help more businesses succeed.

GM

GM and the Climate Declaration: Why We Signed

As we’ve said time and again, there is economic opportunity in tackling climate change. That’s why General Motors became the first automaker last year to sign the Climate Declaration. By putting our signature on the dotted line, we committed to working toward a more sustainable business that retains the best interests of our customers and stakeholders while protecting the environment.

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Symantec

Symantec: Celebrating the One Year Anniversary of the Climate Declaration

At Symantec, we are convinced that a strong, international coalition of governments, businesses, and civil society organizations is required to effectively address climate challenges. We are therefore proud to be signatories of the Climate Declaration...

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Microsoft

Microsoft: Celebrating One Year with the Climate Declaration

At Microsoft, we believe that climate change is a serious issue that demands immediate, worldwide attention. We are dedicated to reducing our impact on the environment, and are doing so through organizational commitments like carbon neutrality, and through public-private partnerships like President Obama’s Climate Data Initiative.

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Aspen Snowmass

Aspen Snowmass: Why We Signed The #ClimateDeclaration

One year ago Aspen Skiing Company signed BICEP’s Climate Declaration asserting that there was real economic opportunity for American business when policies reducing the impacts of climate change were instituted.

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Levis

Levi Strauss & Co.: Renewing Our Support of the Climate Declaration

Levi Strauss & Co. recognizes that human-produced greenhouse gas emissions are a key contributor to climate change. Climate change mitigation is vital to the long-term success of our business, as well as the health and well-being of the people who make and buy our products in countries around the world.

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Barclay's Thornton Tomasetti

Thortnon Tomasetti Celebrates the Climate Declaration's Anniversary

Thornton Tomasetti is proud to be a signatory of the Climate Declaration and we continue to do our part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through our core business practices. We were the first primarily structural engineering firm to join the American Institute of Architects 2030 Commitment to support the vision of carbon-neutral buildings by 2030.

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