These CEOs make up Trump's Business Advisory Council

Will you encourage them to stand up to Trump on Climate by stepping down from his Advisory Committee?

Name Title Position on Climate Contact
Stephen A. Schwarzman Blackstone CEO No Statement
Paul Atkins Former SEC Commissioner No Statement
Mary Barra General Motors CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“GM recognizes that by taking bold climate action it will benefit its customers and communities through cleaner air.”

On Trump's committee
A spokesperson said the committee provides “a seat at an important table to contribute to a constructive dialogue about key policy issues.”

Toby Cosgrove Cleveland Clinic CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“Climate change threatens the health of the world’s population in a direct way.”

On Trump's committee
A spokesperson said there was no change to his role at this time.

Jamie Dimon J.P. Morgan CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“Long-term economic growth depends on meeting society’s [...] needs in ever more sustainable ways.”

On Trump's committee
“I absolutely disagree with the Administration on this issue, but we have a responsibility to engage our elected officials to work constructively and advocate for policies that improve people’s lives and protect our environment.”

Larry Fink BlackRock CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
The Paris agreement is "a critical step forward in addressing climate change."

On Trump's committee
“I will continue on the CEO forum as long as I believe there is the potential to have a positive impact.”

Alex Gorsky Johnson & Johnson

Corporate statement on climate change
“We have established science-based goals to decrease our carbon footprint and we remain committed to achieving them.”

On Trump's committee
A spokesperson said Mr. Gorsky will remain on the committee.

Travis Kalanik Uber CEO Stepped down after Muslim Ban
Bob Iger Walt Disney CEO

“I absolutely disagree with the Administration on this issue, but we have a responsibility to engage our elected officials to work constructively and advocate for policies that improve people’s lives and protect our environment.”

Rich Lesser Boston Consulting Group CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“Climate change is real and the substantial negative impact that it will have on our world is supported by clear and robust science.”

On Trump's committee
A statement read: “We currently expect that Rich will continue to be involved as an external advisor through the Forum."

Doug McMillon Wal-Mart CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“Addressing climate change is a win-win: good for society and good for Walmart.”

On Trump's committee
A spokesperson said “it is important to engage with the advisory committee and Doug will continue to be involved.”

Jim McNerney Former Boeing CEO No Statement
Elon Musk SpaceX & Tesla CEO Stepping Down

Tweeted: “Am departing presidential councils. Climate change is real. Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world.”

Indra Nooyi PepsiCo CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“Climate change is one of the most important issues of our time and requires coordinated global action.”

On Trump's committee
Did not indicate any change to her involvement in a statement.

Aebayo 'Bayo' Ogunlesi Global Infrastructure Partners No Statement
Ginni Rometty IBM CEO

Corporate statement on climate change
“IBM has been a leader in addressing climate change.”

On Trump's committee
An IBM spokesperson said “IBM believes we can make a constructive contribution by having a direct dialogue with the Administration – as we do with governments around the world.”

Kevin Warsh Former Federal Reserve Board No Statement
Mark Weinberger EY CEO No Statement
Jack Welch Former General Electric CEO No Statement
Daniel Yergin IHS Markit No Statement