An international group of climate activists and Amazon warehouse workers has launched an online campaign called let Amazon pay the price, calling on the tech giant to provide better working conditions for its employees and reduce its growing carbon footprint. < / P > < p > organizers of the event said that during the outbreak of the new crown epidemic, Amazon became a trillion dollar company, and CEO Jeff Bezos became the first person in history to accumulate $200 billion in wealth. Meanwhile, Amazon warehouse workers risked their lives to work, and if they spoke for their right to a fair wage, they would face the challenge Threats and threats. < / P > < p > the campaign, launched on Black Friday, provides Amazon with a list of requirements, including raising wages for Amazon warehouse workers, extending paid sick leave, and allowing workers to form unions. The campaign also obliges Amazon to commit to zero emissions by 2030 and pay full taxes in countries where economic activities occur. < / P > < p > the event lists a variety of international partners, including progress international, Amazon Workers International, Greenpeace, etc. And it plans to hold demonstrations around the world. Now, the first demonstration began with a strike in Sydney, Australia. In addition, organizers have projected the slogan & quot; let Amazon pay & quot; on Amazon buildings in London, Berlin and Hyderabad. Make amazonpay is listed on the event’s website, where people who support the initiative can sign petitions. According to the New York Times, Amazon now has more than 1.2 million employees worldwide after adding 427300 employees between January and October this year. At the time of the outbreak, Amazon workers staged protests to try to get the company’s attention to the covid-19 epidemic. In October, Amazon revealed that its 19816 front-line workers were infected with the new crown. On Thanksgiving Day, Amazon said it would offer employees holiday bonuses of $300 for full-time employees and $150 for part-time employees. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple