Messages

To the Future generation,

I pray that the world we all come to love transforms back to the beautiful planet it was intended to be.

by Anonymous

Dear Loved One,

It breaks my heart seeing how quickly global warming is growing and growing, leaving an enormous effect in our planet.

by Diana Rivera

Dear Future,

In the year 2017, there were numerous disasters that happened all over the world.

by Anonymous

Dear Sophie,

In 2017, you were just a one-year-old with two little teeth and the biggest brown eyes I have ever seen. But, the world was dealing with turmoil while you were just beginning to blossom.

by Anonymous

To future generations,

I hope in the next several decades everyone takes part in changing environment before the damages on Earth become irreversible.

by Han Bui

Dear Tomorrow,

Living in denial cost us our beautiful oceans, snowy mountains, delicious foods and homes.

by Anonymous

To my lovely children,

It is the year 2017 and we have been experiencing some major environmental changes that are of great concern.

by Anonymous

To my unborn child,

We have the means to stop this from occurring, yet we are taking no action.

by Anonymous

 

Dear future loved ones,

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.

by Hilliary Trang

Dear All Future Generations,

I pray that all the messages below and ones that will appear on top eventually do not make sense.

by Kevin Yee

Dearest Summer,

I think it is a beautiful thing to be passionate and to stay motivated, and the only way to do that is to do what you enjoy doing!

by Anonymous

To my grandkids,

The ocean is rising, dunes are eroding and the place we call home on cape cod could be drastically different one day.

by John Riley

Dear loved one,

I live in a funny time lately – a changing world, with believers and nonbelievers of this change.

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow,

I am dedicating my life to making a positive impact and protecting our natural resources.

by Anonymous

To my future children and grandchildren,

Change how you use resources, change how people act, change how people look at renewable safe energy and preserving resources, and change how you think just like I did.  

by Anonymous

 

Dear Future Sami Lee,

Everyone currently in life laughs and yells save the bees. We were a bee this year for Halloween and Lucy even came up with a great slogan “get with it honey”.

by Anonymous

To my future children,

We share this planet with past, present and future generations. What we do now, what has been done in the past all matters to the future.

by Anonymous

To My Future Children,

The small and large impact behaviors are all important and gain momentum over time and create more and more good.

by Anonymous

Dear Charlie, George, and Ryan,

I will never lose hope, I will never back down, and I will continue to work very hard to do whatever I can for our home. Scientists are mighty.

by Fiona Lowry

To my unborn baby,

It is my dream to see countries actively combating climate change and helping one another so that the planet ends up being a sustainable environment for you and your children to live.

by Anonymous

Dear Future People,

I truly hope this is a transformative time in world history and humanity will be on a better track.

by Anonymous

Dear daughter,

Our climate is not being treated fairly and I was too blinded by the materialistic things in life to notice that.

by Anonymous

 

To My Daughter and Future Grandchildren,

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.

by Lynna Cortez

Dear Tomorrow,

It was when I was visiting my family in the Philippines of summer 2017 where I started to realize how I was taking this climate for granted.

by Gabrielle Legaspi

Hello future people,

I promise you I will continue to fight even when I am tired and I feel as though there is no point.

by Yovanna Gonzalez

Dear future self, dear me,

I took the pledge subliminally to create a project that can create a sustainable structure and prove to reduce the greenhouse gases that are destroying our world now.

by Anonymous

To whomever,

Would there be a future where my future kids will not be able to experience what I did when I was younger?

by Christine Duong

 

To future Geof,

Cool, now that your jetpack is put away in your garage where you keep your flying car; how did the aliens save us from our own destruction? Did they have this hyper advance vacuum that just sucks all the greenhouse gases out of our atmosphere?

by Geofrey Victory

To my future kids,

I was able to enjoy all these wonderful outdoor adventures and I hope that your future generation will too.

by Joanne C

Dear child,

What was green is now concrete and steel; what was blue is now plastic and oil.

by Emily Lor

To my beloved children,

These are the small changes that you can make in your lifestyle that will contribute and make a difference.

by Anonymous

Dear future me,

I’m hoping that at this point in your life, you and your family have reduced your carbon footprint.

by Anonymous

To My Future Children,

I will do as much as I can to make sure that you have an amazing life.

by Madison Adair

Dear Nikko,

I wanted my great nieces and nephews to have a life where there is no asthma, no cancer, no obesity.

by Thalia Vazquez

Dear Tomorrow,

So many things that I took for granted—lights, air conditioning, my phone, hot meals, the Internet—were gone. And now, less than a week after our electricity returned, I was taking it for granted again.

by Anonymous

Dear future generations,

I am hoping that the first lines of this letter made no sense to you and these people were able to make a change for the future.

by Sandra Un Jan

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