Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to recycle and compost.

by Anonymous

Dear people in 2050,

It’s even painful to imagine how the world will be in 2050.

by Anonymous


Dear Earth,

I have spent my career working towards energy efficiencies. Now I rationalize driving a big-ass truck. I don’t want to rationalize anymore. I love what you have given to me in my 65 years. I want to give you more. I promise to work more sincerely for you. Why? Because you’ve always been what I […]

by Anonymous


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to remain dedicated to changing policy.

by Annalyn Bachmann

Dear Future Generations,

Sometimes I feel so strongly about the necessity to combat climate change that I can feel my heart aching.

by Anonymous


Dear Isaac,

I promise to do everything in my power to bring you a safe and happy future, where you can focus on making your dreams come true. Mom

by Carolyn Lebel

Dear Anna,

I’d like to drink in any beauty I can get despite the clouds of fear that accompanies the threat of drastic climate change. The threat to the end of the nature of today.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Me,

When I think about life in 2050, I can imagine two futures. One is a world destroyed. This world has been overcome by disaster, resource scarcity, and war, brought on by our inability to change our ways. The other is a world different than today, a little warmer maybe, but this world is better. There is equality. There are plenty of resources for everyone to thrive.

by Anonymous


Dear Tomorrow

by Florida Gulf Coast University

Dear tomorrow,

In 2020, I promise to take action and reduce my carbon footprint to ensure a safe future.

by Anonymous


Dear (my kids),

I want to help the majority of people in Western Pennsylvania dig and grow their own gardens.

by Anonymous


Dear Thomas,

When you look at me with those big beautiful eyes and that innocent smile, you make me want to fight harder. And I do.

by Gretchen Goldman

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 the future generation,

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

by Anonymous


To my brother’s children,

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.

by Ben Carpenter

Dear Future Generations and future grandchildren,

The little things can make a big difference.

by Anonymous


Dear Tom and Leena,

I want you to only see the beauty in this world; there is so much of it and I will protect this beauty for as long as I am here on this Earth.

by Anonymous

Future Generations,

I hope you take action.

by Josie Brennan


Dear Future Self,

I am scared of the things happening right now with our planet.

by Sandra Manrique

To the students of tomorrow,

You have the right to educate for a better tomorrow, for true happiness, safety, and protection.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

Get off of technology. Go outside.

by Anonymous

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 Grandchildren,

I need to apologize that I didn’t start to save the planet earlier in my life.

by Anonymous


Dear Alex and Vivian,

This is my most important work.

by Sarah Fortner

Dear self,

Writing this, I hope that you still get this feeling in the northwestern corner of our country.

by Anonymous

Dear grandkids,

We can learn new ways.

by Anonymous


Dear Josh, LeeAnn, & Jessica,

I am very proud to know that You will treat Our Earth, Our Natural Gift, Our Playful Backyard with the same Awesome Respect that We give to each other, as a Family – Knowing that Our Earth, is Your Child Now.

by Robin Garlish

Dear People of 2050,

It is the year 2019 and on my end I just woke up to a cold then hot November 25th.

by Anonymous

The 2020 Message to Every Nation on Earth, from God and Middleway

Many will say that it is too late to save Earth, yet hypocritically think that having children is still OK.

by Anonymous

Dear future generation,

I believe climate change is the biggest global issue my generation is facing.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Grandchildren,

It took me awhile to come to grips with the fact that climate change could be caused by humans like you and me.

by Calla Kostelnik


We promise to plant a new tree in our yard.

by Ashu Kumar

Dear Alexandria,

I really hope the world doesn’t burn up by the time we have grandchildren.

by Alexandria Mayes


Dear future baby… maybe

by Veronica Benavides


Dear future generations,

It’s never too late to make a difference. Our actions have very real consequences. We can educate ourselves, learn from our mistakes, and take action. We can hold companies like big oil and big plastic accountable for their negative impacts on the environment. We can educate ourselves and others about what causes climate change and what actions we as individuals can take to lower our carbon footprints.

by Baylee Goodwin

Dear children of the future,

I will never forget my love for my mother, the love she had for the earth, the love the earth showed her, and the love they both have shown me.

by Anonymous