Corporations urge Congress, Biden to cooperate on climate

December 3, 2020
Over three dozen major corporations are urging the incoming Biden administration and Congress to cooperate on climate change efforts, avoiding detailed policy prescriptions but calling for “durable national policies” and emphasizing “market-based” approaches, innovation, investment, certainty and the needs of marginalized communities. A Dec. 2 statement from the 42 companies, coordinated by the environmental group Center for Climate & Energy Solutions (C2ES), comes amid signs of continued interest by many industries in a carbon price, even as prospects for enacting...


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