Google activists reiterate their concern that the tech giant is failing to face up to its climate responsibilities.
Google workers are again trying to hold their employer to account on climate change, this time in an open letter calling for greater action.
Addressed to the company’s chief financial officer Ruth Porat, this week’s letter – signed by 1,137 Google activists – stresses the “gravity and urgency” of the global climate crisis and asks for “a company-wide climate plan”.
It calls for similar targets to the one’s activists laid out in an announcement last September that Google workers would be participating in the Global Climate Strike, which coincided with the UN Climate Action Summit in New York.
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