Amazon employees are striking against climate change

This Mashable article discusses why Amazon employees are striking against climate change.

Climate change is a hot-button issue. From students to politicians, people everywhere are standing up to the widespread inaction over the planet’s rapidly warming temperatures.

There are around 65,000 corporate and tech Amazon employees in the U.S., and now 941 of them — comparatively a small number, but growing — have added their names to this list.

Amazon Employees for Climate Justice, a group of Amazon workers who came together in Dec. 2018 to push for the development of a company-wide climate change plan, are demanding that the tech giant lower its climate emissions to zero by 2030. They will show their support by walking out of work on Sep. 20 at 11:30 PST.

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