Thread regarding Wells Fargo & Co. layoffs

Remember when Wells cared about the environment?

All that was pushed aside for DEI.
Once the narrative swings back to climate change this is a topic that should be brought up regularly.

Charlotte ranked No.10 on the list with those who worked from home saving $3,021 not commuting. This also saved approximately 4,319 pounds of CO2 tailpipe emissions per commuter.

https://www.businesstodaync.com/charlotte-workers-who-didnt-commute-last-year-saved-more-than-3000/

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Wait. You right wingers now care about the environment? What a joke. You only care because you’re using it as a wedge issue against others you view as less than.

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Post ID: @2tsl+1eVORq4E

Wells never care about anything other than profits. There's no humanity present.

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Post ID: @1fxd+1eVORq4E

Hey OP, do you live in a house? Do you use electricity? Do you drink coffee? Do you own a car? Do you wear anything but grass skirts? Alrighty then, keep casting stones from glass houses.

It's easy to point fingers at other's carbon footprint, while pretending your own doesn't exist. Albert Gore Jr. is the grand wizard of that kind of hypocrisy. Don't do it, it's not a good look.

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Post ID: @1qlk+1eVORq4E

Whaaaaa i wanna work from home, let me grasp at some straws.

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Post ID: @uwv+1eVORq4E

https://www.cdp.net/en/responses?page=1&per_page=5&queries%5Bname%5D=Wells+Fargo&sort_by=project_year&sort_dir=desc&utf8=%E2%9C%93

Way better than most firms

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Post ID: @oen+1eVORq4E

It's almost like corporations will just say whatever they need to in order to get good press without actually following through with real action.

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Post ID: @lyr+1eVORq4E

So much for the Corporate goal of decreasing WFC carbon footprint.

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Post ID: @jrp+1eVORq4E

They also used to shut off lights in offices that were not being used, and give back office space they didn't need, saving even more energy.

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