I will recycle.
More Messages to the Future
Dear Rowan and Anaka,
If we could talk, I would not be able to bear your gaze as you ask: How could you, the people in a position to change the course of climate change, fail to act?
Dear Nuriel, Eliran, and Rotem,
Sometimes I think we will never make it, but I know we must keep trying.
My climate action is to educate youth to create solutions for energy efficiency and conservation opportunities.
To my precious children
I want clean air, clean energy and muddy feet for you. I want this for all children.
Dear Granddaughter Rosalia,
This is my heritage for you my beautiful cacheticos de melon.
Dear future child,
We’re presenting at conferences, writing articles, and organizing events with the goal of mobilizing our profession to act on climate, and to help them understand that it will deeply impact our mission to preserve history for future generations.
To My Friends, Family and Future Grandchildren,
I realize my reflection of the past, current and future state of the environment paints a grim and pessimistic picture, but I feel optimistic in our ability to turn planet Earth’s fate around if we all work together and commit to making a change.
To my Dad,
I hope on this Father’s Day, my 24th birthday, and the rest of days, we remember that the most basic part of life is living happy with the ones we love. Acting every day against climate change will allow us to keep that simple piece of humanity.
Awareness is key. Learning about this issue can seem like a small effort compared to other actions, but it’s the most important.
Dear next generation,
I hope that by the time you’re reading this, things have changed and people have started to protect the earth
I promise to stop eating beef.
Dear Kai and Leah,
I want you to feel awestruck like I do. It is important to feel small sometimes, to feel the weight of reality, to recognize the scale of a challenge, to see where you fit and what you are up against. This is the case with climate change.