Amazon building Amazon employees in past years have also pushed for change on human resources issues like benefits for transgender employees, and back-up daycare for parents. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The employee activism that has roiled Silicon Valley in recent years has arrived at Inc.

When shareholders gather Wednesday at Seattle’s Fremont Studios for the company’s annual meeting, a proposal supported by some 7,600 employees will call for Amazon to write a public report detailing how it’s preparing for climate-related disruptions and plans to reduce dependence on the fossil fuels blamed for much of the Earth’s warming.

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