Goldman, Google, Walmart, Others Pledge $140 Bil. in Major Actions on Sustainability

At the White House on July 27, 13 of the nation’s biggest companies added their names to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, promising to take a range of actions to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, to make their daily operations more sustainable, and to encourage other companies to do the same. Some of the specific activities they promised to do are not new, but the  the pledge is considered an important step in the nation’s move toward sustainability, clean technology and renewable energy.

Here is a breakdown of each of the 13 companies making the pledge, including details on what they promised at the White House and what they’ve done so far.

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