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Prime Air How Amazon Is Addressing the Global Challenges in Carbon Reduction The path to decarbonization is incredibly complex, but we thrive on big challenges. Here’s a snapshot of how we are addressing some of them. Reach net-zero carbon emissions across our operations by 2040 Commitment Eliminating the use of fossil fuels for buildings systems and food service at HQ2 and achieving LEED Platinum certification Constructing data centers using steel made with renewable energy and up to 100% recycled content Ordering a worldwide fleet of more than 100,000 EVs, powering our goal to make half our shipments net-zero carbon by 2030 Launching partnerships to decarbonize shipping and air freight industries , such as coZEV, First Movers Coalition, and SABA Supporting the adoption of low-carbon fuel standards and policies that accelerate EV charging infrastructure Recruiting more than 300 businesses to join us in the pledge to reach the goal of the Paris Agreement 10 years early, and be net-zero carbon by 2040 Collaborating with others to improve carbon emissions reporting, such as the We Mean Business Coalition’s SME Climate Hub Supporting the transparency of carbon emissions reporting and working to improve the granularity of data available On a path to powering our operations with 100% renewable energy by 2025 —five years ahead of our original target Helping our customers meet their net-zero goals: Studies found that moving on-premises workloads to AWS can lower workload carbon footprint by nearly 80% 2021 Sustainability Report Introduction I Environment I Society I Governance I Appendix 13

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