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100+ Companies Join Liberal Environmental Group for “Low-Carbon USA” Agreement

More than one hundred companies have signed what is being called the “Low-Carbon USA” agreement to help push the liberal environmental agenda including support for the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement.

A webpage for the coalition, which has apparently been organized by the environmentalists at Ceres, makes three policy demands for building a so-called “low-carbon economy,” which for Ceres is essentially the implementation of a cap-and-trade or carbon tax system. Most disturbing is the advocacy for continued U.S. participation in the meaningless Paris Climate Agreement.

Several big-name corporations have joined this new alliance, many of which have scorepages in our database that show a liberal track record on environmental issues. Here are a few you’ll probably recognize:

Acer America Corporation                                  

Adobe, Inc.

Annie’s, Inc.

Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc.



Gap Inc.

General Mills, Inc.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise


HP Inc.

Ikea North America

Intel Corporation

Johnson & Johnson

Levi Strauss & Co.

Mars Inc.

Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Starbucks Coffee

Staples, Inc.

The North Face








Click here to read the full list of signatories and visit 2ndVote’s company database to view companies with a stand on environmental issues.

  • Jan

    Carbon dioxide is not a pollution causing substance. If the carbon levels fell below 20%; every living plant on earth would die. Then what would we eat.? The United States has cut it’s ‘pollution’ levels in half, since 1970; & we are the cleanest Country in the world. I would say that were doing pretty good. This is really not about ‘pollution; the U.N. simply wants to control the world food supply; along with their plan to exterminate 1.9 Trillion people from the earth by century’s end. Check out Agenda 1 & 2; & see for yourselves what these ‘rats’ are planning, with their global conspiracy for a One Nation Earth. I guarantee you it won’t be a ‘walk in the park’.

    • glenbo

      >”the U.N. simply wants to control the world food supply; along with their plan to exterminate 1.9 Trillion people from the earth by century’s end.”<

      BE CAREFUL!!!
      Do you really want the government to power up the microchip they secretly implanted in your brain?


    • Eddy

      Wrong percentage. Earth’s atmosphere currently constituting about 0.04% CO2.

  • Lovely_Infidel كافر

    2nd Vote might find it easier to list the corporations/companies who don’t have the leftist agrarian regressive bent. If there ARE any….

    • glenbo

      >”leftist agrarian regressive bent.”<
      Can you please explain what this is?

      • Lovely_Infidel كافر

        Sorry glenbo, I just saw your question! In short, “Leftist agrarian regressive” is a Mark Levin term, that he uses to describe the so-called progressives who would like nothing more than for us to return to life before the Industrial Revolution.

  • glenbo

    >”More than one hundred companies have signed what is being called the “Low-Carbon USA” agreement to help push the liberal environmental agenda”<

    Those ignorant companies!
    Those ignorant agenda driven Liberals!
    Ah ignorance…
    Blissful blissful ignorance.


  • Terry Rice

    “Atmospheric CO2 is
    required for life by both plants and animals. It is the sole source of
    carbon in all of the protein, carbohydrate, fat, and other organic
    molecules of which living things are constructed. Plants extract carbon
    from atmospheric CO2 and are thereby fertilized. Animals obtain their
    carbon from plants. Without atmospheric CO2, none of the life we see on
    Earth would exist. Water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide are the three most
    important substances that make life possible. They are surely not
    environmental pollutants.”

    – Arthur B. Robinson, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry

  • Terry Rice

    “To classify carbon
    dioxide as a pollutant is thus nothing short of scientific chicanery,
    for reasons that have nothing to do with science, but based purely on
    the pseudo-science so eagerly practiced by academia across the world in
    order to keep their funding sources open to the governmental decrees,
    which are in turn based on totally false IPCC dogma (yes, dogma – not

    – Hans Schreuder, Analytical Chemist

  • Terry Rice

    “CO2 for different
    people has different attractions. After all, what is it? – it’s not a
    pollutant, it’s a product of every living creature’s breathing, it’s the
    product of all plant respiration, it is essential for plant life and
    photosynthesis, it’s a product of all industrial burning, it’s a product
    of driving – I mean, if you ever wanted a leverage point to control
    everything from exhalation to driving, this would be a dream. So it has a
    kind of fundamental attractiveness to bureaucratic mentality.”

    – Richard S. Lindzen, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric Science, MIT

  • Terry Rice

    The new carbon credits remind me of the mark of the beast. Let’s see, carbon has 6 electrons, 6 neutrons and 6 protons.
    Do you see the mark of the beast, too? If they do succeed with taxing
    the air, then I could see where we would need the mark to buy or sell.
    While all of us were focused on the mark being a RFID chip implanted in
    our hands or the national ID card, they certainly found a clever and
    tricky way to give us the mark…http://www.orwelltoday.com/carbonliebootlifeface.shtml