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Dear future,

I promise to stop using small bits of plastic like coffee cup, grocery bags,ect. I will spend more time researching, learning, and donating to organizations to help clean oceans. I will clean up trash on streets and beaches. I will also help spread awareness to end plastic pollution to help climate change and save all the beloved animals.

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