Amazon Shareholders: Vote "Yes" To Reporting on Single-Use Plastic Pollution

Amazon's 10 Biggest Institutional Shareholders

A recent report found that Amazon generated 465 million pounds of plastic packaging waste in 2019 of which 22+ million pounds is now polluting the world’s oceans and waterways. And the problem has only grown worse since COVID began as the pandemic has fueled huge growth in Amazon sales.

But now Amazon's shareholders have a chance to require the company to produce a report on its single-use plastic footprint. Amazon is urging them to vote "No" but our oceans need them to vote "Yes"!

Sign this petition to urge Amazon's top 10 shareholders* to vote "Yes" on this resolution at the Annual General Meeting on Weds, May 26th.

*Amazon's largest institutional shareholders include: Advisor Group, The Vanguard Group, BlackRock Fund Advisors, SsgA Funds Management, T. Rowe Price Associates, Fidelity Management & Research, Google Capital Management, Norther Trust Investments, Norges Bank Investment Management, and Capital Research & Management.

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To: Amazon's 10 Biggest Institutional Shareholders
From: [Your Name]

I urge you to use your voice as one of's top ten largest shareholders to demand that the company address its growing plastic pollution problem.

Please vote "Yes" on the resolution requiring to produce a report on its plastic footprint at the May 26, 2021 Annual General Meeting.

Thank you for helping to ensure that stops polluting our oceans and waterways with plastic.