More Messages to the Future
To my children,
If there is one thing that I taught you it is to be honest in your decisions as they pertain to yourselves and the earth in which you live.
Dear future me,
I am 19 years old, and I am angry.
The world is changing and it is happening fast.
I promise composting in my house and getting an EV for my first car.
Despite all the difficulties, we are from a family whose principles are honesty and love for others, and that’s what I want to share with you.
I hope that environmental issues are a thing of the past.
Tratar de assuntos climáticos com responsabilidade no Brasil
Que se multipliquem estes novos heróis da Terra!
Everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime.
To My Friends, Family and Future Grandchildren,
I realize my reflection of the past, current and future state of the environment paints a grim and pessimistic picture, but I feel optimistic in our ability to turn planet Earth’s fate around if we all work together and commit to making a change.
And, if this summer has taught me anything, I am content (because I have to be) living in this limbo, this seemingly endless waiting for the opportunity to change, when really the opportunity exists within our very selves all along.
Dear Future Explorers,
I am often faced with the question: why do I care so much about this pale blue dot that we inhabit?
I promise to stop eating beef.