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Dear future child,

I hope that when you read this letter things have changed and our world is a healthier place. I hope that people have taken action to improve our world. I hope that you and future generations will not have to go through problems that we should’ve solved and put a stop to. I will do my part and stand with the many people who want this improvement to happen. ” There is no Planet B “

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