Amazon accelerates oil and gas extraction
The burning of
fossil fuels stands for the majority (78% along with industrial
processes according to the IPCC) of greenhouse gas emissions. While
the increase due to population growth has remained the same, the
contribution due to economic growth has strongly increased . There
is however hope that high-profile actors through divestment will aid
the transition away from fossil fuels .
Low proportion of women in managerial positions in Amazon
According to the United Nation Organisation, only 27 percent of managerial positions in the world were occupied by women in 2018, up only marginally from 26 per cent in 2015. This is far from the goal 5.5, which states "Ensure women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic and public life", characterized by the indicator "Proportion of women in managerial positions". 
Amazon to reach 80% renewable energy by 2024 and 100% renewable energy by 2030
Back in November 2014 , Amazon shared its long term commitment to achieve 100% renewable energy usage for the global Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure footprint . To achieve its ambitious goal, Amazon partnered in 2015 with the US Partnership for Renewable Energy Finance and joined the Buyers’ Principles to collaborate with 40 other companies on making clean energy solutions more affordable and accessible to all. The group teamed with other companies to construct and operate an 80 megawatt (MW) solar farm in Virginia, Amazon Solar Farm US East, which went in production in October 2016, as well as Amazon Wind Farm US East and Amazon Wind Farm US Central. In January 2016, Amazon launched its 1st of the 4 announced renewable energy projects, Wind Farm Fowler Ridge. And at the end of 2016, the group announced 5 new solar farms in Virginia to join the existing project of Amazon Solar Farm US East. One year later, these 6 solar farms brought 260 MW of renewable energy capacity onto the grid .
Amazon’s huge scandal in Europe
Amazon has been hit with claims that it has destroyed around 3.2 million unsold products from French warehouses in 2018. If this same level of destruction were to continue across all five of Amazon’s warehouses in France that would be a massive ecological disaster.
Employees struggle at Amazon
Every employee wants and deserves a workplace that is emotionally and physically safe, where they can focus on their job responsibilities and obtain some fulfillment, rather than worrying about dangerous conditions, harassment, or discrimination. Workers expect fair pay and respect for their privacy.