Entercom CEO David Field Tweets Support of Paris Climate Deal
November 18, 2016 at 2:48 AM (PT)
ENTERCOM CEO DAVID FIELD took to TWITTER to announce that the company is joining hundreds of American companies, including MARS, NIKE, LEVI STRAUSS and STARBUCKS, to urge President-elect DONALD J. TRUMP not to abandon the PARIS climate deal, asserting that American prosperity would be endangered if the U.S. doesn't build a clean economy (as reported in the NEW YORK TIMES).
His TWITTER post read: "@Entercom joins 365 US co's urging President-elect not to scuttle global Paris Climate deal. Good for US competitiveness, jobs & security."
A company statement provided further elaboration: "ENTERCOM has long been an advocate of policies that will help protect our environment. We’re very proud of our partnerships with organizations such as the ENVIRONMENTAL DEFENSE FUND, CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL, 350.ORG and THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY to support programs that reduce greenhouse gasses and protects vulnerable species and ecosystems. We are also proud of our 1THING INITIATIVE to promote positive environmental practices among our ENTERCOM family and our listeners nationwide. We all share a responsibility in the fight against climate change, which is why we have joined with hundreds of American companies to reaffirm our commitment to the PARIS climate deal."