'Can't rely on governments alone': Atlassian leads push for staff to attend global climate strike
The Sydney Morning Herald
Billionaire co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes says companies have to take their share of responsibility for the "climate crisis".
Australian company urges employees to climate strike. We need everyone to join us. Companies, trade unions, schools, universities, organisations etc. And of course individuals! #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike
"Corporations have to deal with it; they have to deal with their own impact and their own footprint as companies," said
"It's a crisis that demands leadership and action."
Millions are expected to walk out of work or school September 20 as part of "Strike 4 Climate Action". Tech giant Atlassian will encourage its 3500 employees to take part in this global strike in a move it hopes will reverberate through corporate Australia