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Dear Peanut,

Our planet is on track to warm 3-5°C by 2100 and with that change comes the end of many of the things that make life here so magical; things that I want, selfishly, to preserve so that I can enjoy them with you.

by Kenna Karjala

To my grandchildren of today & the future,

I have joined the movements to help more in areas of nature and design for a better safer happier world to live in.

by Janice OBrien

Dear Future Self,

I hope that you are also teaching your students ways on how to help our environment and climate. Be the best role model you can be for the future generations! Use your position as a teacher to educate and inform people about climate change!

by Anonymous

Dear Adeline 4/22/20,

because of covid 19 there aren’t any protest.

by Anonymous

Dear Humanity,

by Baris Parlan

To my grandchildren,

Remember there are ways that we can live our lives to the fullest while persevering the environment the way that it was.

by Anonymous

Dear future,

Do something that can be remembered for generations to come.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to sign up for 100% renewable energy.

by Anonymous

 

Dear fellow human,

May my tomorrow include more attention to these details so that you know that I do care.

by Diana Malcom

To the future,

You might be wondering why didn’t the generations before try to fix our planet? Truth is, we tried. Or at least some of us did.

by Aurie Thompson

To my future children,

I would like the to take the time to apologize to you for how bad our climate has become.

by Zach Tanner

 

Dear Children and Grandchildren,

I see a world full of hope fueled by the desire for change.

by Jacob Wat

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise I will learn more about composting and start doing this on my own.

by Caitlin Carey

Dear Future Generations,

We have to have a more open minded moralities that will unite us as a whole and be a part of our planet to restore the great emptiness that have been abandoned for years within.

by Anonymous

dear future me,

Even me as a 9 year old i still recycle.

by Elliott s

 

To My Grandchildren,

It’s my hope that the following will be helpful as you navigate your futures.  These are the confessions of a climate activist:

by Anonymous

Dear 2030Matt,

So this most important thing you can do over the next 10 years is to get the right people elected to drive real, sustaining, meaningful change. And spend plenty of time outdoors with your kids.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

I hope that you are reading in your history textbooks about how everyone got together despite their differences and cleaned up their polluting habits.

by Anonymous

Dear future generations,

To save nature is to save us.

by Anonymous

Dear future self,

You have made the decision to go vegetarian in 2018 and I hope you have kept that lifestyle as long as you could especially while reading this letter.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Alyssa,

I pray that more and more fathers will realize that to love their children well, they have to love and respect the ecological systems around them too.

by Vincent O'Grady

 

DearTomorrow,

I promise to start recycling at home.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Dylan, Kaylee (& Josie),

I promise to support your future by practicing the 3 Rs, supporting clean energy, and being active in the political fight for your future. Dad #deartomorrow

by Michael Dello Iacono

 

Dear three,

Amid this pandemic, I see our potential to sacrifice together to save our planet. I do not know what I can do, let alone promise. But I will work to bend your hearts and minds (and generation of parents’) toward a more collaborative world.

by Andrew Barkan

Dear future children,

I want you to know that I am doing as much as I can to lessen the effects of climate change so that you can have a prosperous future.

by Anonymous

Dear future generations,

I promise to view nature and life with an open heart and mind, and appreciate it’s beauty.

by Anonymous

 

To my daughters,

In order for you two be happy and healthy, we all need to work hard to prevent climate change.

by David Bradwell

A note to my children,

I have no high hopes for my successes with my promises, but I will work myself into the ground trying to fulfill them.

by Anonymous

 

We will recycle

by Anonymous

To my grandchildren,

I am writing this letter to let you know that I have made changes in order to ensure a safe and healthy world for you.

by Anonymous

 

My dearest children Ameilia and Alivia, 

I want you to hear the whispers of the seasons changing. The rustling of leaves as they gracefully cascade down from their limbs in the fall, birds singing in spring, and frogs that serenade the summer night.

by Jenica Hopkins

 

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.

by Kelly Russell

 

We Love Hope

by Angela Harris

 

Dear Future Life on Earth,

by Tracy Noblette

Dear future planet,

I will continue to be optimistic about humanity, and will keep doing my part.

by Pilcrow English

 

Isabelle minha querida neta!

Nossa vida só tem qualidade se tem natureza ao nosso redor.

by Giselda Maria

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