Climate Pledge Arena: Amazon to name Seattle sports stadium after its net zero goal

Michael Holder
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The Climate Pledge Arena is set to open in 2021 | Credit: Amazon
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The Climate Pledge Arena is set to open in 2021 | Credit: Amazon

Online retail giant to name new ice hockey and basketball arena after drive to secure corporate pledges for net zero carbon by 2040

Amazon is naming an 18,100-seat sports stadium after its pledge to become a net zero carbon company by 2040, having secured the naming rights to the future home of the Seattle's NHL ice hockey team in...

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