AMAZON.COM, INC. | Report on lobbying in line with net zero GHG target at AMAZON.COM, INC.
How other organisations have declared their voting intentions
|Organisation name||Declared voting intentions||Rationale|
|Anima Sgr||For||As the company discloses the trade associations, coalitions, nonprofits, and “social welfare” organizations that it financially supports and the aggregate amounts spent on federal, and state and local lobbying. It does not disclose amounts contributed or paid in dues, nor does it disclose amounts of its dues used for lobbying. It does not go into detail about how it assesses misalignment or what strategies it would use when misalignments are found; instead, it papers over the fact that it may be funding organizations to take positions opposite of the company’s principles and interests by saying that “When such an organization that [it contributes to] to lobbies on a climate change position that [it disagrees] with, that organization is not lobbying on behalf of Amazon.”
Due to the company's current disclosures, the request is not considered overly onerous or prescriptive, and shareholders would benefit from greater transparency of the company's direct and indirect climate lobbying, and how the company would plan to mitigate any misalignment with the company s positions that might be identified.
|Rothschild & co Asset Management||For|
|Kutxabank Gestion SGIIC SAU.||Against|
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