AS students around the Shoalhaven gather for their various #GlobalClimateStrike events tomorrow (Friday, September 20) a celebration, of sorts, will also take place.
Treading Lightly will be hosting an event at South Mollymook Beach from 7am to mark a major success in one of their campaigns.
They will stage a will be a conjoined paddle out and 'hands across the sand' event to celebrate a win at Shoalhaven City Council recently regarding the Great Australian Bight.
Shoalhaven City Councillors unanimously backed a motion to oppose the proposal for Norwegian oil company Equinor to commence exploratory drilling the Great Australian Bight.
Treading Lightly wants to invite all members of the public to the South Mollymook event from 7am to 8am.
The event will people the chance to share and hear stories of what good things are happening in the matter of conservation and climate change in the Shoalhaven.
Meanwhile, Ulladulla High is set for a massive day tomorrow (Friday, September 20) where a student-run event will put climate change front and centre of the agenda.
The school event will feature a student-led question and answer event which involves community leaders.