Dear tomorrow,

by Anonymous

To the people of the future,

I wish for a place where we can live, sustain life and have all the things we ever wanted to enjoy with loved ones. I hope God grants my wish!

by Anonymous

Dear kids,

Since the time I wrote this letter, climate change has been a global issue we have been searching to solve.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

I hope that you are reading this letter from the porch of your urban sustainable apartment building or your rural home powered only by alternative energy.

by Anonymous


I love you Earth.

by Kaleb Findley

To Future Rel Klein,

People will follow this person and there could even be a new religion created out of this person. People will follow in this person’s footsteps and more people will want to do good, and therefore the Earth and its people will be at a point in which they are happy and can sustain life, but there will not necessarily be more progress.

by Anonymous


Dear Sinchi,

The world is changing and it is happening fast.

by Anonymous


Dear David,

by Brian Gomez

dear future self,

I hope that more people are taking action to save the climate.

by Anonymous


Dear Daughters/ Dear Future,

Dear Daughters, This year I will help get out the vote for green candidates. -Hilary Dear Future, I promise to raise awareness about the importance of climate change by talking to people and writing about it as a journalist. – Prachi

by Prachi Patel


Minha pequena Nicole ainda não nos conhecemos, mas já te amo

Deixo para você o meu quintal onde o ar é perfumado pelas flores e árvores, a terra dá frutos e flores além de abrigar muitos bichinhos, a água é utilizada com consciência e o ser humano é respeitado e tratado como alguém que depende da natureza para VIVER.

by Wil Lima


Captain Planet


Dear son or daughter,

I believe we will figure out this complex problem, because there are too many people who do care for our planet.

by Anonymous


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to reach out to more people to ditch driving and consider using public transportation. I promise to convince Marin markets that sensible policies in density and mixed use planning will further enhance everyone’s quality of life.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

I’m sure I’ll have also seen the climate crisis worsen and lived through a number of increasing problems stemming from it. This is where I worry. How bad will it be by then? Will where I live now be habitable? Will my loved ones and I have enough food and water? Will society work together to solve any of this?

by Anonymous

Dear Humans of the Future,

I hope those in power have an empathy towards all walks of life and not just those in their backyard.

by Francisco Arreguin

To my children and grandchildren,

Nobody seems to be taking the necessary action to change these things.

by Craig Thompson


I promise to education others about Earth!

by Abbie Marx


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to go to the farmer’s market more

by Anonymous

To my niece,

I don’t want you to be living in a world where the rainforest are deserts.

by Anonymous

Meu filho,

Temos tido muitas campanhas para diminuir a poluição, preservar água, além de retornar às origens, consumindo apenas comidas orgânicas, que não utilizam agrotóxico.

by Samantha Bittencourt

Dear future me,

I’m sorry for all the contributions to global warming that our generation is responsible for.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Children,

I am writing this letter as a promise to you that I am going to continue to make changes in my life that will better your lives.

by Anonymous

Dear future self,

I hope that you are living in a world that is better than what it is now.

by Anonymous

dear future,

I am afraid of what the future holds.

by Anonymous


To the generation after mine,

But when you encounter that resistance–and you will, regularly–know that you must respond just how we have had to these past 50 years. With love, and sternness, and most of all, courage. Because that is what the resistance fears the most. We who came before you promise that we will do the same while we wait for you. Know that you will never be alone.

by Brian Chan

Dear Ari and Levi,

Having the knowledge of what the future likely holds for you and working my hardest to help make it better, while watching as humanity overall fails to move fast enough, has been one of the most upsetting and frustrating experiences of my life.

by Beth Hartman


Looking for electric cars!

by Anonymous

Dear future family,

I bought an electric vehicle to curb my use of fossil fuels, and also cut back on my consumption of red meat.

by Evan Lowe

Dear Future Generation,

My goal is that every business on the planet will have a social purpose and not a profit purpose.

by Marnix Troudes


Dear future me,

I am 19 years old, and I am angry.

by Anonymous


Dear Tomorrow,

I will stop using plastic and will plant trees. I will also not waste water and electricity.

by Anonymous


My Dear Grandchildren,

In writing this letter to you, I am searching for ways to make my connection and commitment to you more present in my current experience

by Mark Davies

Dear Future People,

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

by Anonymous

To Future Leaders,

Understand that we all need to contribute and make efforts to make this intense switch. In the long run, we will be sacrificing a little to gain a lot.

by Anonymous


Dear Grandchildren,

by Robert and Pamela Nast