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New York Times

“In the DearTomorrow Project, started by Jill Kubit and Trisha Shrum in 2015, participants write letters to the future, promising action on climate change.”

 

TED Blog

Why you should think about being a good ancestor — and 3 ways to start doing it

 

Seven Days Vermont

Love Letters: Dear Tomorrow Inspires Hope and Action on Climate Change

 

University of Vermont

How UVM’s Trisha Shrum is addressing climate change through parenting, storytelling and advocacy

 

UN Web TV

A panel on the role of women, parents and youth in developing effective climate solutions for the coming generations.

 

Crowdsourcing Sustainability

16 Sustainability Leaders Weigh In: How YOU Can Help To Reverse Global Warming

 

Generocity.org

This local environmentalist wants to get dads talking about climate change

 

Earth+30 podcast

“Occasionally one meets a person, or discovers an organization that makes you see the world a little differently.”

 

Mongabay

Fighting climate change with compassion, one letter at a time

 

Grist

Trisha Shrum and Jill Kubit bring the future into dialogue with the present

 

Living on Earth, Public Radio International

DearTomorrow: Letters to the Future

 

MIT Climate Co-Lab

“Promises for the Future” on Climate. Winners of the 2016 Climate Co-Lab “Shifting Behavior for a Changing Climate” contest.

 

Yale Climate Connections

DearTomorrow: Letters to the Future

 

TEDblog

Exploring our curiosity at TEDNYC: What Drives Us

 

TED

Climate Change is Personal. In this important talk, Jill Kubit shatters the illusion of separation between our reality and climate change.

 

Virgin.com

This month, in support of DearTomorrow, Virgin Unite are publishing letters from Virgin company leaders about climate change.

 

Takepart

One Easy Thing Parents Can Do to Show Kids They Care About the Planet

 

VOX

It’s hard to talk about climate change. This storytelling project wants to make it easier.

For media and speaking inquiries, please send an email to jill@deartomorrow.org.