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 Tristan,

I am doing this to protect you, the food, water, air and biodiversity of a country that I love.

by Debbie Harris


Dear Gregor,

We try our best that we can go skiing and sledding together in Swiss Alps also in 50 years.

by Juna Shrestha

Dear Emma and Ciara,

All people deserve clean air, water and soil, but I will fight like a tiger to try and make sure you both have access to those essential resources.

by Jennifer Rennicks

Dear my grandchild,

There is a big forest fire in a small town called Paradise.

by Anonymous

Dear my future self,

Do it before it is too late.

by Anonymous

Dear Future,

I promise to do my best everyday to live more sustainably and conserve this beautiful earth that I live on.

by Jill Skerchak


To my Maria and her children,

I have to tell you something: it is so hard to keep our life “green” for now, but we still keep trying.

by Halyna Medvid


To my children,

If there is one thing that I taught you it is to be honest in your decisions as they pertain to yourselves and the earth in which you live.

by Lois Bower-Bjornson

To the high school graduates of the years 2030 and 2050,

It is a dream of mine that people are able to look past the money aspect of things for just a little while and realize that life is so much bigger.

by Drake Roby


We, humans are the only solution to this problem caused only by us.

by Anonymous


Dear Malasher and Alex,

My goal was to help you grow into better citizens of our planet; to help you care about our natural world and to make everyday choices that reflect concern for our beautiful earth and our own health as well as encourage you to work together to make changes in our community.

by Laurie Farber


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to recycle my waste.

by Anonymous

To future generations,

There were plenty of scientists that warned us about what was coming.

by Lisa Gilbert


I promise to walk more + drive less. I promise to avoid plastic bags. I promise to vote for candidates who support science.

by David Mooney


We will recycle

by Anonymous

Dear future generations,

I hope that everyone will have a food and water supply.

by Anonymous


To my dear son Zac,

I promise to raise you as a loving-nature human.

by Iryna Yanchuk


The Most Important Legacy

by Deborah and George Kornfeld


Our Promise

I will turn my gas transmission into an electric car!

by Florida Gulf Coast University

Dear future generations,

It’s our challenge to save as much as we can for the next generations.

by Anonymous

Meus filhos, meus netos, sobrinhos…

Vimos o quanto estamos “perdendo tempo” em não olharmos à nossa volta e acordarmos para tudo o que está acontecendo.

by Fátima Valadão Carriello

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


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:

I promise to continue to educate and install renewable energy.

by Mark Goyke


Dear Jackson,

by Becky Whitley

To My Future Children,

You all will be in charge of igniting real change and restoring the Earth back to the way that it was intended to be.

by Maya Laws


Dear Lalo,

I hope whatever happens, whatever I can’t imagine that you may face, that you will continue to seek light.

by Carolyn Norr


Queridas crianças do mundo inteiro,

Pedimos que vocês procurem fazer como nós e continuem essa luta de colaborar com nosso planeta: evitando o consumo exagerado, usando a tecnologia para o bem, plantando árvores, economizando água e poluindo menos.

by Escola Municipal Engenheiro Umberto Gondin

Dear Mom and Dad,

When you’re retired, please don’t move to North Carolina (or somewhere not landlocked)

by Frieda C

To my Grandchildren,

The vicious hurricanes, the piercing heat or the animals you don’t get to see, all that is just the Earth’s response to our attacks on it.

by Vinit Patel


To the wonderful children of our family – Elayna, Julianna, and James –

There is no issue more important to your future and your friends’ future than stemming climate change.

by Dana Stein

Dear Bryson, Wade, Ada, Liam, Hank, & Lila,

Please take the time to focus on what you envision as important.

by Barbara Huwar

Dear Tomorrow,

Maybe one day we can look up in the sky and launch thousands of biodegradable balloons, and even see the stars.

by Shelly Rylan

To my future children,

As I write this message, I am cautiously optimist that this future is still possible despite the current state of climate change and my own country’s refusal to acknowledge that the road we are currently on is not sustainable for the health of our planet.

by Anonymous


Dear fantastic,

We as the human race are smarter than this struggle at hand and need to rise above large corporate interests and confusion on this topic.

by Michael Rodriguez