Leading businesses across the country are stepping up at a critical moment to urge Congress to support ambitious action on climate as part of the Build Back Better agenda. Having already passed a landmark bipartisan infrastructure package investing in the resilience and prosperity of our communities, Congress is now considering a budget reconciliation package that includes targeted investments in our nation’s low-carbon future, supporting clean energy technologies, and our long-term economic competitiveness, along with a range of other climate priorities.
These businesses have advocated for robust federal policy to support their ambitious pledges to decarbonize the emissions from their own operations and their entire value-chains. Browse this page to see what businesses are saying:
- Business Coalitions Support Climate in Reconciliation Package
- 17 Companies Call for Climate Provisions in Reconciliation
- The Corporate Case for Climate in Reconciliation
- Company Statements of Support
Business Coalitions Support Climate in Reconciliation Package
Climate solutions are a business imperative. With bold policies today, the US can meet climate commitments while building toward the sustainable, net-zero economy of the future. We’re calling on Congress: pass #BuildBackBetter climate provisions.
Letter: https://t.co/Hwn49biihw pic.twitter.com/X6zaQ81Zy7
— C2ES (@C2ES_org) February 9, 2022
The Corporate Case for Climate in Reconciliation
🚨 NEW: Over 260 companies employing tens of thousands of Americans in the clean energy sector are urging congressional action on the #BuildBackBetter Act in a new letter sent to @SpeakerPelosi & @SenSchumer today.
— American Clean Power (ACP) (@USCleanPower) January 24, 2022
17 Companies Call for Climate Provisions in Reconciliation
We’re pleased to join a broad group of businesses that support including robust climate provisions in the budget reconciliation bill. Here is our letter to congressional leadership: https://t.co/XjZsFb4OsD
— bp America (@bp_America) October 19, 2021
Urgent action is needed to limit the catastrophic impacts of #ClimateChange. As the largest producer of clean energy in the US, we joined other leading US companies urging Congress to pass the strong climate provisions in the #BuildBackBetterAct. https://t.co/QPhim29ZHp pic.twitter.com/7LkCYhku0g
— Exelon Corporation (@Exelon) October 20, 2021
Urgent action is needed to limit catastrophic impacts of climate change. We joined other leading U.S. companies supporting the passage of the Build Back Better Act’s climate provisions, which provide the greatest opportunity to address the climate crisis. https://t.co/cxSwyTK3Gh pic.twitter.com/mx81SiRe3v
— UnileverUSA (@unileverusa) October 20, 2021
.@Cummins has pledged to take a leadership role on the world’s climate challenges – and today is no different. We’ve joined 16 other companies urging leaders of the U.S. Congress supporting the climate provisions in the Build Back Better Act.
— Cummins Inc. (@Cummins) October 22, 2021
Achieving net-zero emissions in the U.S. will require unprecedented collaboration, innovation and investment. With other businesses, we’re calling for Congress’ support for robust climate provisions in the budget reconciliation bill. Take a look. https://t.co/M6u0qFzKnx
— Shell US (@Shell_US) October 19, 2021
Some companies talk about #sustainability . Others take bold action. We’ve joined 16 other industry leaders in encouraging the U.S. Congress to include key climate provisions in the #BuildBackBetter Act and its final legislation. Learn more: https://t.co/ArZC79BqXl pic.twitter.com/PpIEP5QraZ
— Trane Technologies (@Trane_Tech) October 20, 2021
Today, we joined leading companies urging Congress to include the strong climate provisions in the #BuildBackBetterAct in the final legislation. Through private-sector and government action, the U.S. will achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions. Letter: https://t.co/xWqI49ECYY
— Danfoss U.S. (@Danfoss_US) October 19, 2021
Company Statements of Support
As world leaders convene for #COP26, Chris Crane, president and CEO of Exelon, shares support for the #BuildBackBetter framework and its ambitious plans to address climate change.
Read more: https://t.co/gamdVbafU4 #COP26Glasgow pic.twitter.com/Y6YyTdVI9q
— Exelon Corporation (@Exelon) November 1, 2021
Our climate crisis is a public health emergency. We can’t wait any longer to respond. Providence supports #COP26 & #climate provisions in the @POTUS‘ Build Back Better framework to help us reach our bold #carbonnegative goal by 2030. #healthforabetterworld https://t.co/ieAYpsXbzA
— Rod Hochman M.D. (@RodHochmanMD) November 2, 2021