Employees Of Company Dependent On Energy And Fossil Fuels Asks For “Climate Plan” Or Something

What would Amazon do without fossil fuels and vast amounts of energy? How many products are shipped not just across the nation, but across the world? I once ordered a watch, which ended up being a bit heavier and bigger than I thought. In order to return it, it would have to be shipped back to China. Where it came from. I had no idea when ordered. They refunded half the cost for me to keep it. Heck, Amazon even has their own trucks now, powered by fossil fuels. I see them all over Raleigh.

And let’s not forget the vast amounts of energy used to peruse the website, order, and ship. But, hey, Warmists will be Warmists

Thousands of Amazon employees ask the company to adopt a climate change plan

In an open letter to Amazon’s board of directors and CEO Jeff Bezos, thousands of employees have asked the company to adopt a wide-ranging plan to fight climate change.

“Amazon has the resources and scale to spark the world’s imagination and redefine what is possible and necessary to address the climate crisis,” the letter reads. “We believe this is a historic opportunity for Amazon to stand with employees and signal to the world that we’re ready to be a climate leader.”

The letter, which had received more than 3,500 signatures by midday Wednesday, is the latest example of tech industry employees going public to pressure leadership into action. Workers at companies like Google and Microsoft have organized around a range of issues. Amazon itself has faced previous pushback from employees as well: last year, a group of workers criticized the company’s decision to sell facial recognition tools to law enforcement.

Employees, citing Amazon’s work for oil and gas companies and what they describe as insufficient plans for action on climate change, are asking the company to commit to several goals. Among them, they ask the company to make “a complete transition away from fossil fuels,” and to advocate politically for climate-friendly policies. They also ask the company to adopt a shareholder resolution calling for a climate change plan.

This group, which cultishly calls itself “Amazon Employees For Climate Justice” (and need to realize that most can be replaced easily), wants a plan to get to net-zero carbon emissions. They do understand that fossil fuels are necessary for the business, so they want the company to for carbon credits. Say, perhaps the company can take, let’s say, 50 cents an hour from each employee to fund this. They signing employees would be good with that, right?

They yammer about “climate justice”, which is politics, not science. And

Fair treatment of all employees during climate disruptions and extreme weather events. Unsafe or inaccessible workplaces should not be a reason to withhold pay, terminate, or otherwise penalize employees — including hourly and contract workers.

In other words, free money when a carbon pollution created heat snow-storm keeps them from work. You know, what we used to call weather.

Anyhow, good luck with this, worker bees.

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7 Responses to “Employees Of Company Dependent On Energy And Fossil Fuels Asks For “Climate Plan” Or Something”

  1. Bill Bear says:

    Porter Good has spent years lying about climate change. Now he is reduced to making fun of people who understand the science better than he does.

    Sad.

  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    We thought conservatives would celebrate a corporation that generated $11 billion in profits but paid no federal tax!

    It’s clear that customers appreciate the convenience of online purchasing and home delivery, a business model that appears here to stay. What the employees are requesting is that this huge operation find ways to reduce their carbon footprint.

    Teach’s typings drip with the typical conservative disdain for American workers. “Worker bees”, “give up 50 cents”, “replaced easily”… Why do conservative elites despise the working classes?

    The shrinking Cult of Deniers (COD) can’t help but notice that the issue of climate change/global warming has become real in the minds of Americans, despite the efforts of the Climate Opposition Chief Kahuna (COCK), Trump.

    • Mangoldielocks says:

      Amazon…..Owned by jeff Bezos. Owner of the Washington post. richest man in the world. Heavy, heavy DEMOCRATIC CONTRIBUTOR.

      Ask us again why cons would care if he paid no taxes? In fact most cons would love to bring the billionaire down but it seems his own dick did that. YOu see Jeffy. billionaires like to diddle. The rich and powerful like to dip their wick. Don’t believe me? Ask Bill Clinton, or Trump or Jeff Bezos as he settles his divorce for Dipping his wick and threatens to sue the company that OUTTED HIM.

      NO its not con men who celebrate Jeff bezos paying more taxes. Its democrats who get more donations to their super pacs so he can continue to be protected by his democratic suitors. Why do you think AOC is now in purgatory? Because she butted heads against the corporatists of the democratic party and JEFF BEZOS who bought a far left paper to continue to expand his influence on the left.

      You really should get your facts straight. Once again I suggest your handlers send you back to school for retraining. you still dont understand the nuances between progressivism and corporatists within the left.

      Try watching Jimmy Dore or Tim Pool. Both lefties. They will set you straight.

  3. Jl says:

    “Teach’s typings drip with the typical conservative disdain for American workers.”. I see, as opposed to your every post dripping with disdain for conservatives. Still not very self-aware, are we?

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Working class men and women are America’s backbone. Professional Con Men, predators all, not so much.

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