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Thousands Of Amazon Employees Challenge Jeff Bezos To Take Action on Climate Change

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Thousands Of Amazon Employees Challenge Jeff Bezos To Take Action on Climate Change

Thousands Of Amazon Employees Challenge Jeff Bezos To Take Action on Climate Change

Thousands of Amazon employees have signed their names to an open letter calling on their employer to do more to combat its carbon emissions.

The letter also calls on Amazon to end its relationships with oil and gas giants, says Gizmodo.

The letter states that Amazon has the power to "redefine what is possible and necessary to address the climate crisis." More than 3,500 employees signed the letter, operating under the name Amazon Employees for Climate Justice.

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