Loss of revenue for a day is a small price to pay when it comes to raising awareness about planet's health, according to a local business owner.
Staff at Ulladulla's Treehouse Cafe will be supporting tomorrow's (Friday, September 20) #ClimateStrike event at the Ulladulla Civic Centre.
Treehouse owner Mark Hubbard said they would close for the day to support the event.
"Losing a day's takings is not too much to ask for in the scheme of things," he said.
Mark, like many others, is worried about what sort of planet is being left to the next generations.
What pleases him, however, is the passion, strength and leadership many local students and youths are taking on climate change issue.
The Treehouse employs many young people and Mark wants to support them taking part in tomorrow's strike.
Ben Blair owner of the Native Cafe and some of his staff will also be attending the Civic Centre #ClimateStrike event.
Ben said there had been too much "inaction" on the climate change issue too much "back on forth" on things like whether or not the science needs to believed or not.
"However, the effects (of climate change) are happening regardless and something needs to be done on that," he said.
Ben believes he and many others have a social responsibility to support tomorrow's strike.
He does not think the climate change issue is something we can simply ignore.
"It's baffling to me how some people are ignoring it," he said.
Organisers of tomorrow's event say if you're an adult, take the day off and invite your friends, workmates and families to join them at #ClimateStrike.
It goes from 12pm to 2pm and various activities will take place.