Amazon renewables drive

Amazon the America multinational technology company, most popular as an online retailer, has been in recent years, driving to a more sustainable carbon footprint. In 2019 the enterprise-wide carbon footprint from direct and in-direct operational activities was 51.17 MMT CO2e according to the business’s website. Like most multinational firms a consideration must be made to its impact on the environment. Amazon state that: “Amazon is on a path to powering our operations with 100% renewable energy by 2025 as part of our goal to reach net zero carbon by 2040. In 2019, Amazon reached 42% renewable energy across our business.” A fine achievement, but how has this ra

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