Dear Nuriel, Eliran, and Rotem,

Sometimes I think we will never make it, but I know we must keep trying.

by Andrew Deutsch


Dear people,

I want to be present because so I can make everyone free forever.

by Maelin Shirley

To Future Me,

We all need faith in ourselves and the world. It’s always the way out of the nightmares.

by Anonymous


If everyone does their part, I’m confident the world can be an even better place when you are an adult. God gave us a wonderful home, we must take care of it.

by Kelly Krause


Dear S,

by Anonymous

Querida Aurora,

Lo único que quiero que seas es feliz y que puedas respirar aire limpio.

by Anonymous

To my young cousins,

I want to see you guys grow up to be compassionate boys and girls who will change the world. And I am writing this to you because I know you will change the world.

by Anonymous

Dear Malice,

I know how important it is to take care of the world we live in.

by Anonymous

Querida Rena,

Este mundo es maravilloso y está lleno de gente maravillosa que será tan fuerte como nosotras para detener el cambio climático y ayudar a millones de desplazados por el cambio climático, por favor nunca te rindas.

by Anonymous


Dear Jill

by Ella Udell

Dear Future Changemakers,

Never hold back, the earth needs your voice.

by Anonymous

Dear future generation,

We did not realize what we had and how much we needed to cherish it.

by Anonymous

Dear world,

by Daianna González


Dear Yasmine,

I tried to teach you of the importance of being satisfied with what you had within your hands.

by Hatem Yazidi


Dear Lalo,

I hope whatever happens, whatever I can’t imagine that you may face, that you will continue to seek light.

by Carolyn Norr


Dear Future Generations,

Dear Future Generations,

by Henry Bhage


Dear Elliot and Alana,

But being truthful, I know we are not yet on the path that will lead to the change that is needed; but it is visible.

by Harriet Shugarman, Climatemama

Dear Future James,

Never forget your power to change the world.

by Anonymous


Dear Isabel and Sam,

by Caren Kaufman


Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to unplug my appliances, use natural face scrubs to avoid contaminated the sea, will not use products tested on animals. I’ll also frequently ride my bike to reduce air pollution.

by Joselyn Mora


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 Future Generations,

Our culture is filled with disposable coffee cups and take out containers, fast fashion, and meat consumption.

by Anonymous

To my family, friends, and generations to come,

For the sake of the Earth and all of its inhabitants, we need to preserve the biodiversity and natural wonders, beauties, and landscapes it has to offer.

by Anonymous


Dear Home,

I pledge to learn the trees and birds native to Pittsburgh. Because in order to protect a place, you need to love it, and in order to love it you need to know it.

by Judith Marklin

Dear me,

I hope by now you managed to take action and help people realize the important role education plays in their lives.

by Madalina Hodorog

Dear future me,

I hope that we learned to love this world the way it loves us.

by Anonymous

dear future me,

Even me as a 9 year old i still recycle.

by Elliott s


Dear Asher and Sloane,

by Rachel Usdan


Dear Tomorrow,

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

by Kaushik Sankar

Dear people of the future who read this,

I hope that when this letter will be read in the future a lot has changed in a good way.

by Esmée Widdershoven

To future generations,

What we do these next few years is crucial in determining what our future will be like.

by Anonymous


Dear (my kids),

I want to help the majority of people in Western Pennsylvania dig and grow their own gardens.

by Anonymous


Dear Anki,

I promise to educate you as eco-anka.

by Anonymous


Dear tomorrow

by Leah Bonnema

Dear Tomorrow,

It was when I was visiting my family in the Philippines of summer 2017 where I started to realize how I was taking this climate for granted.

by Gabrielle Legaspi

Dearest Summer,

I think it is a beautiful thing to be passionate and to stay motivated, and the only way to do that is to do what you enjoy doing!

by Anonymous

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