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It’s not business as usual for Australia’s children to skip school to get adults to pay attention to the climate crisis.
It’s not business as usual for those children to have to ask the adults to skip work.
It’s not business as usual for citizens to strike to get the government to make meaningful commitments to climate action.
So, on Friday 20 September, a group of prominent Australian businesses (Atlassian, Future Super) are not doing business as usual.