Ben & Jerry's, Lush, and Patagonia pledge to strike in support of climate action

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The Global Climate Strike is due to take place on September 20th
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The Global Climate Strike is due to take place on September 20th

Major companies pledge to join youth climate activists on day strikes worldwide on 20th September in support of climate action

Ben & Jerry's, Lush Cosmetics, Patagonia, and Seventh Generation have all pledged to join youth climate activists worldwide on a day of planned walkouts from workplaces and schools next month to demand...

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