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Dear Future Generations,

Make sure you take care of our planet.

by Anonymous

To my future children and grandchildren,

I hope that there is enough greenery and foliage to captivate you while you daydream about your own future.

by Eleaine Reyes

Dear future self,

P.S – I also hope you’ve been getting your stuff together especially with the environment. Y’all currently slipping real hard.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Devon and Chloe

I hope that my work helping to make your schools more sustainable will be something you carry on as you grow older.

by Pamela French

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

 

Dear Thomas,

When you look at me with those big beautiful eyes and that innocent smile, you make me want to fight harder. And I do.

by Gretchen Goldman

Hi Sweetheart,

She said they stare at her and ask the question: “You Knew and What Did You Do?” And at that moment it suddenly hit me: my generation’s slavery is going to be climate change.

by Sebastian Serra

Dear Kiley,

Always remember, I am doing this for you.

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to change the thought “well, it’s not my place to say…” into “well, what do you think might be the long-term consequences of this decision…”

by Anonymous

Dear Planet Earth,

Forgive us for the destruction of the billions of living beings we consider inferior to our human race, because they vibrate on a level we cannot comprehend. They chirp as we soliloquize, gallop as we stride, weep as we cry.

by Caroline Pont

Dear Future Generation,

You were put on this planet to make a change and speak up.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

I hope that my future self looks back on the past and feels that I’ve made a difference.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Eleanor,

It seems silly to saddle yourself with guilt for something that hasn’t happened yet. I don’t want to do that. As of today, I don’t really feel guilty. I guess I just want to make sure I keep doing more, so that when you read this, and ask what I’ve done since then, I can still feel good about my efforts.

by Andrew Myers

2016 is almost at an end.

I really hope the answers are optimistic.

by Anonymous

 

To my Maria and her children,

I have to tell you something: it is so hard to keep our life “green” for now, but we still keep trying.

by Halyna Medvid

 

Dear Marton,

by Christopher Lang

Dear Future,

Have we made a difference?

by Anonymous

 

To my wide-eyed warrioresses,

Since my two daughters emerged into this world, all of my tomorrows have become more dear.

by Ken Knapp

Dear Mother Nature,

I know I’m young. Only 18 but I have lived 18 years in love of everything you offer.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Tomorrow-My letter to the future 2030

I am most sorry we could not work through our differences, and see through the greed, get organized, and do more so that you could have a better life in your 2030 future.

by Sam Stavreski

 

Safe electricy everywhere.

by Victoria Flores

 

My Climate Promise List:

compost more, call the energy company about solar panels, finish hooking up the rain barrels.

by Jennifer Kubit

Dear Future Me,

I hope the planet was saved by people who stood by its side and let the planet’s resources thrive rather than leaving it to wallow in the sorrows of climate change that humans brought onto it. I

by Abby Loughlin

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I haven’t met you yet, but I already know you deserve a better tomorrow.

by Symone Moore

Dear Ari and Levi,

Having the knowledge of what the future likely holds for you and working my hardest to help make it better, while watching as humanity overall fails to move fast enough, has been one of the most upsetting and frustrating experiences of my life.

by Beth Hartman

 

Dear my future child,

I promise you, I am going to do everything I can to save this planet for you. I won’t let you down, I swear.

by Al Duerst

 

Dear Society,

If we work together to spread the awareness of what is occurring today, we will be able to prevent it from continuing into the tomorrow.

by Brielle Mosher

 

I won’t leave my lights on.

by Luna Emmerling

 

I promise to clean the Earth by recycling.

by Damaris Roxana

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to remain dedicated to changing policy.

by Annalyn Bachmann

 

Dear Future Grandchildren,

I hope I can look you in the eye and tell you I honestly did everything I could to protect our planet.

by Anonymous

Dear Avery,

I don’t want you to be hurt and angry that we didn’t do more to help prevent the damage while we still had a chance.

by Anonymous

Dear people in 2050,

It’s even painful to imagine how the world will be in 2050.

by Anonymous

 

Jakye

by Jakye Nelson

To My Children and Grandchildren,

I can only imagine what your Game looks like, but I do know that your chances of winning are millions slimmer than mine were.

by Anonymous

 

Chers Enfants,

Chers Enfants,

by Mame Bousso Faye

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