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Grupo Bimbo S.A.B. de C.V.  has reaffirmed its commitment to the Paris Agreement.

MEXICO CITY — Grupo Bimbo S.A.B. de C.V.  has reaffirmed its commitment to the Paris Agreement to reduce carbon emissions. The company said it is working to reduce its carbon footprint water use and overall waste in order to mitigate its impact on the environment.

Daniel Servitje, chief executive officer of Grupo Bimbo, expressed his own support for the Paris Agreement.

Daniel Servitje, Bimbo
Daniel Servitje, c.e.o. of Grupo Bimbo

“The care of the environment is part of the company’s philosophy,” he said. “Today, more than ever, all of society must take on this commitment and join forces. Grupo Bimbo endorses its 2015 commitment by signing the Paris Agreement and will continue to work for a better planet for future generations.”

On June 1, President Donald Trump said the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement and begin negotiations to either re-enter or negotiate an entirely new agreement with more favorable terms for the United States. President Trump said the Paris Agreement cost the U.S. economy nearly $3 trillion in reduced output, over 6 million industrial jobs and more than 3 million manufacturing jobs.

In addition to supporting the Paris Agreement, Mr. Servitje signed the U.N.’s New York Declaration of Forests in 2014, which seeks to half deforestation by 2020 and eliminate it entirely by 2030.