Messages

Dear Tomorrow’s Generation,

My hope for the future is that we will love the earth like we love others.

by Valentina Navarro

Dear Future Children,

I do believe that there is hope for a better tomorrow, a better future for you and the people in your life, and all around the world.

by Anonymous

 

To my wide-eyed warrioresses,

Since my two daughters emerged into this world, all of my tomorrows have become more dear.

by Ken Knapp

 

Dear Corey,

I promise to do all within my power to create a world that’s safe for you and your generation.

by Ben Block

 

Dear Rowan & Tristan,

I promise to do everything I can as a daughter to our great Mother Earth to protect her wildlife and trees.

by Anonymous

Dear grandchild,

It was in this small town that I forged a passion for our Earth – a wild desire to devote my life to protecting its depth and width.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

I promise to never stop doing what I can to help save the environment in whatever way I can.

by Anonymous

Dear Emma,

Today, your promise is to prevent waste, promote education, stay healthy, and live sustainably.

by Emma Casey

Dear Elliot, Audrey, and Miles,

We have an important opportunity right now to be heroes for future generations. 

by Linda Chavez

To the World,

I hope the entire world was able to stop using fossil fuels and completely progressed into clean energy.

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow’s Generation,

If there is one thing I urge you to preserve, it is the great biodiversity that is present only on earth.

by Anonymous

To My Children,

I write you this letter in hopes for a better today, tomorrow, and future.

by Michelle Giron Morales

To the future,

When I think of the future of our planet, I like to be hopeful.

by Anonymous

Dear Son,

All these disasters are coming back to back.

by Anonymous

To my future grandchildren,

I hope that we could manage our impact on climate change, so the beauty of our city can be maintained for centuries.

by Alton Lou

Dear Future Self:

So yeah, it’s a tiring, bruising uphill fight. But I hope that I am writing to you from a place of hope, not cynicism.

by Anonymous

To whom it may concern,

From our population to the technology, we are evolving fast and are not aware of the consequences of our actions yet.

by Bobby Atwal

Dear my future children,

Are you doing well?.?

by Emily Powers

To my precious son or daughter,

I realized that I can no longer just talk about climate change, but I have to take action and inspire others to save the environment.

by Anonymous

 

To my precious grandchildren, Emma, Maya, Maddie and Will,

With love and a great hope for the future, a future that will be healthy and sustainable for you, my precious grandchildren.

by Shirley McGrath

 

For my most dear and only daughter,

And I know life more fully because of you whom I live on through. 

by Anonymous

To my future self,

I will continue to advocate with the politicians and scientists who believe that global warming is real and will be an imminent danger to us in the near future.

by Anonymous

To future generations,

What we do these next few years is crucial in determining what our future will be like.

by Anonymous

Dear Nephew/Niece,

If the things have continued the way it is currently, I am sorry for the hardships that you are facing.

by Anonymous

To future self,

How can these so called “more important” issues be addressed if there is a possibility of no tomorrow?

by Anonymous

Dear Future World,

If we don’t change the way we live, the world will soon face a greater threat than we can imagine.

by Jimy Ry

To my future kids,

It is time to make a change. Time for people to be educated on a topic that is easily disregarded but has the future in its hands.

by Anonymous

To the future,

Now you’re probably wondering, what can I do to make this planet a better place? You can start by using your voice. Vote for leaders and policies that push towards a greener planet, eat a vegan diet (or eat less beef), carpool with your friends, family, co-workers, reduce the amount of plastic you use, use public transportation, and realize you’ve been given one life and one planet, so take care of it.

by Anonymous

To the future generation,

Cities by the shore could potentially be new cities of Atlantis.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations and future grandchildren,

The little things can make a big difference.

by Anonymous

 

The gift for next generation,

To save the big world, perhaps, we should change the mind from myself to my small family to my community.

by Anonymous

Dear stranger,

Recently I have come to know about how much of an impact climate change is having on us, so I want to write this letter in hope that your future would not lose much of what we have now.

by Anonymous

To whomever it may concern,

There are many things that I would like to tell my future self and the new generation about what life is like now, and how much it is going to change in a matter of time.

by Eric Bagaoisan

Hi future Christine,

I also promise that I will talk about it more with my peers, so they will learn and understand what climate change is.

by Christine Guiao

Dear Niece,

People are taking advantage of the freedom of speech right and utilizing that platform to speak out against global warming.

by Anonymous

Letter to myself in future, my future kids and people of future generation,

So today we need to think about tomorrow, to preserve it before its too late.

by Khadka

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