President Obama is sending out feelers to 10 CEOs of 5 Fortune 500 corporations on resolving the issue of climate change.
President Barack Obama is going to invite five heads of Fortune 500 companies to the Oval Office soon. The objective before them all will be to chalk out a plan to employ trade and commerce with a human face.
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And climate change will be reduced via checks and balances on emissions and pollutants released into the environment. The meeting is planned for Monday, according to Bloomberg. It is slated to go well although there may be a few kinks to iron out before everything dovetails
The distinguished gentlemen that will attend the important quorum include within their ranks the CEOs of companies such as: Johnson & Johnson, Intel, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Hershey and PG&E.
Five more corporations that supply materials to these big ones will also have their representatives attending the meeting. Obama will be sitting down for a one-to-one talk with all the suited, booted bigwigs to level the carbon footprint left behind by their companies.
Such bones of contention as sustainable living and matters having to do with survival of the human race also have a place in the mix.
The emergence of new technologies that are clean and renewable to boot will be a major discussion point. And the slowly gradual but sure move away from fossil fuels towards solar cell technologies and other yet unexplored means of energy regeneration will figure among the roster in the meeting.
President Obama wants a referendum on climate change. It is now or never. Mankind does not have that long to decide whether to go ahead with the necessary changes or dilly dally. Each day that goes by with environmental pollutants escaping through the vents of industrial units is a wasted 24 hours.
Besides Obamacare, climate change is something the liberal and democratic President cares about deeply. He wants to leave behind a better place for the progeny of today’s Americans.
A wasteland is a nightmare too ghoulish to even take into consideration. In December of this year, several leaders from many nations of the world will convene in Paris. The fact is that a rise of the global temperature by 2 degrees Celsius above the times prior to the industrial revolution has actually taken place. What more does mankind need as a prod to act now with decisiveness. After all, our future depends upon it.