I pledge to ride my bike when I would have driven.
More Messages to the Future
To my great-great grandchildren,
I don’t know your name
or even if you’re alive,
but I’m doing all I can
to make sure you survive.
I’m your great- great grandmother
who lived a century ago
in a world far different
from the one you must know.
To my child,
For the pale blue dot we live on, a precious beauty, I try to help.
I am small now littles and I may be small forever but in my small ways I will fight for you.
I will keep the air clean so everyone can see the sunset.
Dear Alanna and Valeria,
I promise you to keep trying, to keep educating, to keep pushing our elected officials to act and protect your health now and in the future.
Espero que vcs tb encontrem ,de alguma forma,um caminho para colaborarem com Nossa Mãe Terra, bjs eternos.
I’m not allowed to talk about climate change around family; as my mom warned me, “climate change is not something that people think about in Mississippi.” But I’m worried for my family’s future.
To my dear son Zac,
I promise to raise you as a loving-nature human.
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.
Dear Peyton and Lucas,
I want you to continue to enjoy bright, beautiful, blue skies, gigantic shady trees, chirping birds, scampering squirrels, sparkling creeks and all that this amazing world has to offer!
Por você idealizei um mundo melhor e lutei incessantemente por ele.
Dear Annalyse and Greyson,
See people can say they care about climate change, but caring is not action.