Dear Tripp,

I promise to do my part, supporting federal legislation to protect our earth while starting small with projects at home.

by Anonymous


To my precious children

I want clean air, clean energy and muddy feet for you. I want this for all children.

by Laura Burns

To all future generations,

This planet and our future is too important to watch slip away.

by Sarah Whelan


I promise to try to make a difference in the world when I grow up. By: Eva

by Eva


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise I will convince my family to switch their gas appliances to electric.

by Anonymous

Dear to myself

I want us to come up and fight.

by Anonymous


The world’s resources are limited so make sure to be mindful of your consumption.

by Kiernan Boettcher

Dear Akshar,

I hope when you are reading this climate change is not a huge issue and that the community as a whole has come together to solve this issue.

by Anonymous


To my precious children,

As you’ve grown older, I’ve become increasingly aware that protecting you means more than ensuring your short-term safety. It also means ensuring that you’ll have a safe planet to live on.

by Linda Hutchins-Knowles


We will reduce our use of single use plastic!

by Anonymous


Future generation,

I promise to eat no meat, build awareness around climate change, and dedicate my career to conservation. Catie

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow,

It was when I was visiting my family in the Philippines of summer 2017 where I started to realize how I was taking this climate for granted.

by Gabrielle Legaspi

Hola querida generación futura,

Somos y siempre seres uno solo, y que por eso hay que cuidarlo cada día, para que siempre perdure.

by Guadalupe Garcia Zea


Dear Logan,

I am working every second of my life, with every ounce of my being, to ensure that I am leaving you and your brother a planet that is safe and secure.

by Trisha Sheehan

Dear future child,

I cannot change the status quo, cannot change the world, so I start with myself.

by Ting Fang Chang


We Love Hope

by Angela Harris

Dear future self,

P.S – I also hope you’ve been getting your stuff together especially with the environment. Y’all currently slipping real hard.

by Anonymous

Dear child,

What was green is now concrete and steel; what was blue is now plastic and oil.

by Emily Lor

Dear future me,

How’s the planet? Saved? Damn straight.

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow,

And I’m worried about our fate. Some of us realize that climate change IS happening, as we speak.

by J. David Scott


To my children and grandchildren,

I promise to leave the earth in a better condition than we found it by our personal commitments to green practices.

by Anonymous

Sameh Tanios,

I promise to cut my habits that increase carbon emissions.

by Anonymous


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to eat less meat.

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 Future Self,

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

by Sandra Manrique


Dear Future Children,

by Anonymous

Dear Kiddos,

I hope we work hard and make it so you can live happily without any worries of the future.

by Anonymous


Dear generation of tomorrow,

I promise to support local farmers, eat less meat, and minimize my trash! #deartomorrow

by Elizabeth Scully

Dear Tomorrow,

Make no mistake – we were aware of these problems you no doubt realize today.

by Anonymous

Dear Sister,

We thought of using solar panels so we can get our electricity from the sun causing less damage to our Earth.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Kids Like Me,

So when your parents want to go camping, go. Phones can break, memories can’t.

by Anonymous


Dear Elliot and Alana,

But being truthful, I know we are not yet on the path that will lead to the change that is needed; but it is visible.

by Harriet Shugarman, Climatemama


Dear Lerato,

I promise to buy less cotton + polyester, use less jet fuel, waste less water + consume less meat. I promise to hug more, share more, stay home more, garden more. With eternal love, your mom (Beth) xoxoxo

by Beth Onses


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 myself, my family, and all the world,

It’s 2018. And yes, solar energy and wind power are being used but not at the rate they should be.

by Anonymous

Dear Future US Citizens,

Hopefully, you have learned from the mistakes we made and the actions we failed to take.

by Anonymous