Voices resonated in song as a united front to draw awareness to the issue of climate action on Friday, November 29.
The Solidarity Sit-Down was located at the prominent Port Macquarie location at the Glasshouse's forecourt.
Participants called for increased support on Indigenous Land management, for the Rural Fire Service and real climate action.
It was organised by members of the Hastings Parents for the Environment (HP4E).
The group has been at the Glasshouse forecourt each week to stand up for their beliefs and to push Port Macquarie-Hastings Council to declare a climate emergency.
Rachel Sheppard, member of the HP4E, said the events are an opportunity for community members to have a chat to them.
"We're all very approachable," she said.
Tahli Enfield, Theo Last and Louis Kranitis have just finished their final exams at school and were at the sit-down on Friday, November 29.
Theo said instead of relaxing, they are fighting for an issue which they are passionate about.
Given the ongoing fire crisis, Theo said now is more important than ever for politicians to acknowledge there is a climate emergency, so appropriate steps can be taken.
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