Dear Jupiter,

I promise to do everything I can to talk about climate change on a systematic level through marches with the Democratic Socialists of America to marches in the streets, your mom and I work to dismantle capitalism and make a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.

by Jonathan Mann

Dear future children of all ages,

To the future generation of kids, speak up and protest again things that you find unfair and unjust.

by Anonymous


Der tumuro. I wil rid my buyc. Love Charlie. We love this post, the phonetic spelling of “Dear Tomorrow, I will ride my bike. Love, Charlie”

by Charlie Camut

Dear Anonymous,

The universe is a big place.

by Dominic Montesino

Hi Griffin, Grampa here:

During my lifetime I have worked to show that alternative energy is both possible, and that there are many ways to obtain needed energy which would be sustainable.

by Mike M

Dear Next Generation,

The bottom line is we have a world to protect.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

You deserve to experience a world as beautiful as it is today in 2017. You can count on me to do everything I can to ensure this happens.

by Anonymous


Dear Zhengqing Gao,

Fortunately, you didn’t get injured while the wildfire burned your school.

by Mengying Li


Dear Grandkids, (everyone’s grandkids),

Our house is already net zero, but by mid-2021 I promise I will be 100% net zero house and car combined.

by Dave Blair


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise I will learn more about composting and start doing this on my own.

by Caitlin Carey

Dear my future children,

Spending all my time outside playing barefoot on the grass and ocean sand, it was the feeling of being free and invincible in the world.

by Anonymous


Dear Adult Me,

I promise I will at least try to get people interested in stopping climate change. Best of wishes, Young Frank

by Frank Post

Dear son or daughter,

I believe we will figure out this complex problem, because there are too many people who do care for our planet.

by Anonymous


To my future children,

Never before would I have said that I am one to take initiative.

by Ian Overutrf

To the future generations,

Earth was a very great place before we took it for granted.

by Anonymous

Querida Aurora,

Lo único que quiero que seas es feliz y que puedas respirar aire limpio.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Joel,

The year is 2018, and I believe that fixing this problem will the start of a great domino effect.

by Joel Luciano

Dear parents,

I will continue to educate myself and do my part on healing the environment so when I bring in the next generation of our family, they will live in a planet that thrives.

by Anonymous


Dear Hailey and Lily,

We know about this. If we don’t fix this for you, it’s our fault.

by Linda Hampton

Are we human beings?

Its not even about our kids anymore, its about us. Its us who can’t breathe fresh air. It is us who are going to experience these catastrophic weather changes and natural calamities.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Child,

I hope to have accomplished many things in relation at helping climate change.

by Anonymous


Dear AE,

I promise to do more to protect forests and to teach more of my students about climate change. Mama

by Anonymous


In 2020, you will be seven years old, in school and likely learning about climate change. Perhaps this will be the first time you will ask me what I did about it. I hope I can make you proud.

by Anonymous

Dear future generations,

I’m done saying sorry because that isn’t helping with anything and saying it is just wasting time.

by Anonymous


To my dear son,

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.

by Jennie Mallela


Dear Grandchildren,

I hope we can pass on a better place to live so that my grandchildren and their future children can enjoy the beauty of nature that our wonderful God has given us.

by Sue Shrum

Dear Maman and Papa,

My dear girls, I hope you will pass on these values to your children, too.

by Denise Barstow


Dear Patito,

by Anonymous

To the Carriers of my Clan,

Take Earth as your mother; respect, protect and love her. Make Earth feel like your daughter; defend, protect and provide for her.

by Funke Michaels


To My Children,

Is the world really polluted?

by Lisa Magill


Dear Elliot and Alana,

But being truthful, I know we are not yet on the path that will lead to the change that is needed; but it is visible.

by Harriet Shugarman, Climatemama

Dear Future Me,

In this moment, November of 2018, past you is worried about a few things: finals week, what will happen after graduation, how the Holidays at home will go, and how I am going to be affecting the future.

by Neal Taylor

Dear Quinn,

And I promise, that I will work tirelessly to promote a vision of this world that is suitable for my beautiful niece to grow up in.

by Jailyn Sronkoski


Dear Genesis,

by Kevin Roberts


Dear Future Afnan,

You should make a time machine and come back to past and solve all the problems.

by Anonymous

Dear future me and the kids,

As a child I would always go outside and see a vast amount of plants and life around me.

by Anonymous