climate change

Climate song "Do it now"" (Istanbul version)

A song being sung around the world, and especially fitting for tomorrow’s global climate strike, is “Do it now.” Another wonderful version I came across today is this one from Turkey.

Sing for the climate. “Do it now”  Turkey (Istanbul CEVRE College)

To see details of the Bainbridge Island and the Bremerton Climate Strikes, which will be held tomorrow, 20 September, please go the Kitsap Conservation Calendar on this website.

Inslee response to Global Climate Strike walkout

Gov. Jay Inslee responded to the Global Climate Strike that will take place Friday, September 20 when a number of students are expected to miss school.

“I encourage educators to embrace Friday’s Global Climate Strike as part of a strong civic education for young people. The youth of today will inherit the planet of tomorrow. The cataclysmic impact of climate change will impact them more than any generation before them.

“If I had the authority to excuse students from school to participate in this Global Climate Strike, I would grant it. But I don’t. However, I support their engagement and activism on this crucial issue. Their future is the one truly at stake. Moments like this in our environmental history will define us and will reverberate for generations. I commend the youth in our state and across the country standing up for their future."

— source: Washington Governor Jay Inslee newsletter, 17 Sep 2019

20 September: Climate Protest - Bremerton; Climate Strike - World

People in Kitsap County will join strikers from around the world on 20 Sep. 2019 (three days before the United Nations emergency climate summit). This protest in Bremerton has been organized by 350 West Sound Climate Action (and supported by West Sound Conservation Council and many others).

            At the Bremerton event (as described by the West Sound organizers), you can “show your support for effective action to address global warming. We will wave signs and sing. Some will march from the roundabout to the Norm Dick's Building. Show your love for our home—Planet Earth.”
            - When: meet at the Manette Bridge at 2:30 p.m.

             - Where: The roundabout on the east side of Manette Bridge, 1101 Wheaton Way (a small park next to the bridge), Bremerton WA 98301

 A song we’ll likely be singing is “Do it Now.” The You Tube videos of hundreds of people in Belgium singing this song. It can be accessed by clicking Recording here  or by going to

            “Do it Now,” Sing for the Climate, Belgium

             “Do it now.” Sing for the Climate, studio version

—        You can get more information and RSVP  for the Kitsap protest by going to (accessed 8 Sep. 2019)