Berkshire Hathaway joins major renewable-energy effort

By Nancy Gaarder and Steve Jordan / World-Herald staff writers

Photo: Matt Miller / The World-Herald  Warren Buffett with a large image of himself in the lobby at UNO's Mammel Hall in 2013.

Photo: Matt Miller / The World-Herald
Warren Buffett with a large image of himself in the lobby at UNO’s Mammel Hall in 2013.

Warren Buffett is lending his name and deep pockets to the battle against climate change.

Berkshire Hathaway Energy on Monday joined a dozen major U.S. businesses at the White House in calling for robust action on global warming.

Berkshire joined Apple, Walmart, General Motors, Cargill, Bank of America and others to announce more than $140 billion in investments in low-carbon projects and other actions as they shift toward greater reliance on renewable energy.

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