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Dear future generations,

From the day in 2018, sorry we left you with the mess of our earth. I hope you forgive us. We didn’t realize how loss and damage to natural and the environment until it happened. You would see many pictures, that I would make me so sad. For this. Let me tell you, trees are amazing, we literally breathe the air they are creating. They clean up out pollution, our carbon, they store and purify water, give us medicine that cure our diseases, food that feed us. Which is why I’m so sorry, to tell you that, we burned them down, cut them down with brutal machines. Also, I’m so sorry we poisoned the oceans so much that you can’t even swim. I’m so sorry about our wrong mind set. sorry that our footprint became a sinkhole. Now, let me tell you, if you don’t think climate change is a threat, I dare you to interview with the thousands of people who are their homes were literally washed away beneath their feet, due to rising sea levels. Therefore, to save nature is to save us, I promise to pay more attention to how I use water, energy shortage to keep a better and clear sources for you in the future. And I suggest you should do it too. Because if we don’t all work together to save the environment…we will be equally extinct.

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