27 Feb '17, 11am

New Exxon CEO supports Paris climate deal, carbon tax

New Exxon CEO supports Paris climate deal, carbon tax

The world’s largest publicly traded oil company appears to be more concerned about climate change than the President of the United States . While Donald Trump works on rolling back Obama-era environmental regulations and wants to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, new ExxonMobil Chairman and CEO Darren Woods recently said in a blog post that the Dallas-based energy company supports the Paris climate deal and a carbon tax to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Those positions are in line with his successor Rex Tillerson, who is currently serving in the Trump Administration as the nation’s 69th secretary of state.

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