Sent on by
Jeremy Miessau
Send Your Own Message

Dear Tomorrow,

Today most of us can see the immediate impact of climate change. With this knowledge I hope we can unite to make a difference so you tomorrow, can see a world that is more alive than ours today. I believe we can make a change together so our kids and the many generations to come can enjoy all the beauty natures has given us.

Share on:
 
Send Your Own Message

More Messages to the Future

 

Dear My Future Child,

I want to sculpt a world for you where you can play outside without gas masks, an ocean to swim in without toxins, and a thick lively forest for you to wander.

 

Dear Tomorrow

Stay Cool and Save the Whales

 

Hola Cariño,

Life is not easier being a believer but I would not have picked another path. Thanks to my Faith I found my passion to work to stop climate change for your future. Now go play outside and breathe clean air. Dios te bendiga.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to include the trees and animals in all my decisions.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

This is just the beginning. It’s the accrual of little seeds of change that will lead to the tree of revolution.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to live a car-free lifestyle.

 

Dear Future Afnan,

You should make a time machine and come back to past and solve all the problems.

 

Future Self & Ka’iulani,

We promise to reduce the amount of carbon we use on a daily basis.

 

To my children,

I am working with 350.org on shutting down the coal and unconventional gas industries in our country because I cannot think of a more direct way to protect you, the food, water and biodiversity we all love and rely on.

 

Dear ACS, LG, CM, MCD, AH, MS, AS, GL, and ERD,

I commit to demanding that politicians that want my vote, my time, my substantial help and expertise are people who seek to address climate change seriously and talk about it boldly.

 

Dear future Child or Grandchild,

Climate is undeniably changing but it is not top priority.

 

Dear Potential Future Kiddo,

To think that my choices of sustainable commuting, eating a plant based diet, and working on our City’s zero waste program likely pale in comparison to the impact of not having a baby is nothing short of devastating.  Does it make me a bad environmentalist to honor my maternal instincts?

View All Messages

Send Your Own Message