If you want your employer to act on the global climate crisis, call them out on the internet. At least, that's what some Google workers are doing.
On Monday, more than 1,000 Google employees wrote an open climate action letter to Google's CFO Ruth Porat, published on Medium. This isn't the first time they've done something like this.
In September, they joined tech giants including Amazon in announcing (also on Medium) their intention to join the global climate strike on Sept. 20.
In their latest letter, Google employees demand four things of the company:
1. That they cut greenhouse emissions to zero by 2030 Read more...More about Google, Social Good, Activism, Climate Action Plan, and Social Good