Monday, June 5, 2017

Donald Trump Makes The Boss Of The Technology Boss

Donald Trump Makes The Boss Of The Technology Boss
A number of technology bosses openly opposed the decision of US President Donald Trump to step out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

"Coming out of the Paris Treaty is very bad for economic conditions and putting our children's future at risk," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg threw his disappointment through a Facebook account.

"Stopping climate change is the only thing we can do right now, and we have to do it together before it's too late," he continued.

A wave of protests and harsh criticism did color shortly after Trump announced the US had not participated in the crucial agreement.


The Paris Climate Agreement is an agreement within the framework of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that guards the effective reduction of carbon dioxide emissions from 2020. This Agreement was made at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2015 in Paris, France.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, through his tweet, said that the US president's decision was a mistake for the fate of Earth.

"Apple is committed to fighting climate change and we will never falter," he said.

Likewise, the CEO of Google Sundar Pichai. Through his tweet he expressed his disappointment over the way the Trump government took in this affair.


"Google will continue to work hard for a cleaner and more prosperous future for all," he said.

CEO Tesla Elon Musk was even the most furious with this decision. He immediately withdrew from the Economic Advisory Board of the Trump government a few minutes after Trump's announcement.

Where as before, the man who often nicknamed Iron Man is known to be the most stubborn to survive as a Trump advisor.

But now, Musk seems to have endured. He was disappointed because his struggle did not work. Trump ignores its input on the importance of engaging in carbon dioxide emission reductions.


"I left the Advisory Board Climate change is the real thing Leaving (the deal) Paris is very bad for America and the world," tweetnya through Twitter account with a disappointed tone.

Beyond tech bosses, some members of the economic advisory board of Trump also voiced opposing opinions.

At night after the announcement of the decision, Disney CEO Bob Iger was following the Elon Musk step by following out from the ranks of the economic advisory board

"In connection with the principle, I resign from the advisory board as an attitude to the US exit from the Paris Accord," he said.
 
 

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