As I sit here and write to you, I'd like to share with you something more horrifying than a few boos - our current home, Earth.
There are so many more things that we can do together to help our Earth from the damage that has been done, and I am so excited to teach you.
The road I learned to ride my bike on, the field where I kicked my first soccer ball, and the park I ate my first ice cream cone at, could all be gone.
I think a lot about what you might be like when you grow up and about what kind of world you will live in.
We wondered about how we might be able to eliminate plastics from our day to day routines, and recycled literally everything. We were amazing, you should have seen us. Now and again though, we wondered if these were the right questions.
Last year most of the world’s reefs turned white at some point, but because it was underwater you and your friends didn’t see.
We are fighting for a shared cause, inspired by our strong and unwavering dedication to preserve the beauty and wonder of our natural world for our children, our grandchildren and their children, and for countless generations to come.
Rather than exploit it, destroy it, poison it, why don't we just enhance the beauty of it, guard it, and love it?
So it's 2050. If the good people are winning the greater struggle, fossil fuels are a shamefully long chapter of the past, and there has been a full scale awakening to the need for only renewable, clean energy.