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Dear Fiona and Cora,

It’s your Uncle. We’ve dealt you a pretty bad hand in terms of the world you’re due to inherit. I’m sorry. It isn’t your fault. I want you both to grow up in a world that is sustainable, lush with biodiversity, and fully capable of fostering a life that both of you and every other child deserves. Me, your mom, and your dad enjoyed that, and I want that you for too. I want it for everyone in the world. In 2020 I’m going to start spending my free time with climate activist groups. I’m going to contact my elected officials on a regular basis. I’m going to vote people into office that take the climate crisis seriously and take actionable steps to counter it. I’m going to do everything I can for both of you, and every other child that deserves a future-and that, of course, is all of them.

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