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Lush Cosmetics Launches Campaign In Australia To Save Great Barrier Reef

June 24, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Lush Cosmetics partnered with activist group GetUp! to launch a campaign calling for action on climate change. Timed ahead of Australia's federal election on July 2, 2016, the campaign will involve the beauty retailer's 29 stores across the country handing out election cards highlighting major political parties' platforms regarding global warming and protecting the Great Barrier Reef. Protecting the environment is the present generation's responsibility for the coming generations, according to Lush Cosmetics director for Australia and New Zealand, Peta Granger. Granger also said the company, with more than 400 employees and over $36 million in annual sales, was founded by animal and environmental activists.
Dinushi Dias , "Why Lush Cosmetics has launched a federal election campaign with GetUp! to try to save the Great Barrier Reef", SmartCompany, June 24, 2016, © SmartCompany
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