Amazon Employees Defy Company’s Climate Policies

There is a growing movement in the USA, where employees defy their own company’s climate change, social and justice policies.  The nascent movement is worth watching because it could be a game changer in making carbon reduction goals more immediate.

The Washington Post reports that:

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More than 330 Amazon staffers publicly called out the company for its climate policy, its work with federal agencies and its attempts to stifle dissent.

The article adds:

Amazon workers are part of a growing activist movement among tech workers. Along with thousands of Amazon employees, Google workers walked off the job Sept. 20 to protest corporate climate policies.


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