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Angry Emoji: Mark Zuckerberg, Silicon Valley Execs Strongly Dislike Trump’s Climate Deal Pullout

Facebook CEO and other tech stars denounce president’s decision

Tech industry heavyweights have come out fighting against President Trump’s decision to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, which aims to reduce global carbon emissions by 2020.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared on his personal page that the decision “puts our children’s future at risk.”

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey hasn’t explicitly tweeted his thoughts, but he’s been retweeting from several accounts unhappy with the President’s decision.

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, said he was “disappointed” by the U.S. pulling out of the climate agreement.

Aaron Levie, CEO of cloud management service Box Inc., echoed those sentiments, saying it was “incredibly disappointing.”

Brad Smith, Microsoft’s President and Chief Legal Officer,  wrote a full blog post on the matter, saying “climate change is an urgent issue that demands global action.”

In a series of tweets, Amazon said it remains “committed to putting our scale and inventive culture to work in ways that are good for the environment.”

And as noted earlier, Elon Musk exited his role as a White House advisor, tweeting “climate change is real.”