More than 1,100 Google employees on Monday demanded the company release a concrete action plan for confronting the climate crisis.

As Amazon and Microsoft workers did earlier this year, Google Workers for Action on Climate demanded in their letter to CFO Ruth Porat that the company address the “urgency of the global climate crisis” by adopting policies that will reduce harm on the communities Google serves, including many on the frontlines of the crisis.

“We…in accordance with the gravity and urgency of the global climate crisis and its disproportionate harm to marginalized people, call on Google to commit to and release a company-wide climate plan,” reads the letter, which was posted on Medium.

The workers demand the following:

In 2018, according to Google’s environmental report, the company released 4.9 million tons of greenhouse gases.