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Dear Future Grandchildren,

I promise for the sake of your future…

I will never litter and if other people do I’ll pick it up.

I will try to use as little plastic as I can.

I promise I’ll try my best to improve your future lifestyle.

I hope when your born everyone will be seen as accepted and I hope nothing extremely bad happens to you.

And at last, I hope our generation, our world, has improved on changing how they live for climate change.

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