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Amazon commits to carbon neutrality by 2040, renewables by 2030

by Futures Centre, Sep 26
1 minute read

Amazon, the largest retailer in the world and one that services more than 10 billion packages a year, just announced a new climate plan to go carbon neutral ten years earlier than pledged at the Paris Accord.


Jeff Bezos says this plan constitutes lobbying CEOs from industry leading companies, adding 100,000 electric delivery vehicles by 2024, running all facilities on 100% renewable energy by 2030, and in-depth measuring and reporting of Amazon’s emissions, while encouraging suppliers and third parties to follow suite.


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