Philip Morris International says extreme weather could be good for its tobacco.
Apple predicts more natural disasters could increase demand for iPhones.
Molson Coors thinks warmer temperatures will ramp up the desire for cold beer.
Disney thinks nature-themed experiences will appeal to the environmentally-conscious.
AT&T is profiting by providing energy-saving products to companies concerned about climate change.
Coca-Cola thinks people will be drawn to its "climate-friendly" refrigerators.
Nestle thinks the changes in extreme temperature caused by climate change might favor the growth of some of their raw materials, like cocoa and sugar.
Alphabet Inc., Google's parent company, said it would see an uptick in brand loyal as more people use Google Earth to raise awareness about climate change.
Microsoft thinks it can offer customers technology that's resilient to natural disasters and severe weather events linked to climate change.
Bank of America might see "well over $10 million of additional business annually" thanks to the Paris Agreement.
Bayer AG, which recently acquired the agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology company Monsanto, disclosed it would see an increased demand for herbicides that help crops survive extreme conditions.