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Dear Shannan,

I hope by now you have figured out a healthier, more efficient way to live.

by Anonymous

Dear Saoirse,

I think it would be good if we could save animals and places like polar bears and Antarctica.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Tomorrow,

My promise is to continue to dedicate my life, my business, and my future to creating cultures that embrace environmental action not only for our own good, but the good of the countless other species hurting from climate change.

by Meg Rutledge

To my family,

I watch the skies go from blue to grey, as my generation attempts to push back from the faults of what the species has done. I

by Anonymous

Dear Future People,

The problems aren’t even in the distant future, they are happening right now and somehow people are still denying that they exist.

by Anonymous

Letter to myself in future, my future kids and people of future generation,

So today we need to think about tomorrow, to preserve it before its too late.

by Khadka

Hola mi querido hijo Felipe;

Solo quiero que sepas que algunos como yo somos conscientes de lo que está pasando y quisiéramos poder hacer cosas para cambiar todo.

by Sofia Florez

Dear Tomorrow,

The fact that so many seemingly rational people want to make the survival of our planet and our people a right vs. left issue drives me insane. I hope we can overcome this roadblock before it’s too late.

by Anonymous

To my nieces and nephews, and all others who follow in my footsteps,

Everything dovetails and, in turn, cascades. That’s the issue with climate change; sooner or later, some facet of it hunts you down.

by Anonymous

Dear Nina’s Mum,

There WILL be a bright and better tomorrow thanks to people like you!

by Anonymous

To my lovely child,

We love you so much and we could not stay there while pollution was extremely dangerous to you.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Patito,

by Anonymous

Dear future,

First of all, if we learned one thing in 2020, it’s that we need to trust science and the facts.

by Anonymous

Dear future me, family and world…..

The small details in life matter.

by Anonymous

Dear Offspring,

My hope for you all is that you will experience the true beauty of the natural world if we can keep it in place.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to not waste food and eat locally grown food.

by Anonymous

 

I will not litter.

by Connor Sherrill

Dear Weather,

Be nice.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

I’m sure I’ll have also seen the climate crisis worsen and lived through a number of increasing problems stemming from it. This is where I worry. How bad will it be by then? Will where I live now be habitable? Will my loved ones and I have enough food and water? Will society work together to solve any of this?

by Anonymous

 

I promise to help people! Become more aware!

by Lois Peckich

To me from the future,

What is it like in the future?

by Gwendolyn Geller

 

I want to tell you a story. Yes, another one.

Mankind has always been able to deal with the greatest challenges it’s faced and this will not be the exception. My message to you is: find that passion and give it your all. ‘Till your legs give out.

by Mateo Serrano

Dear whomever it may concern or me,

Hundreds of thousands of people are dying, millions have lost their jobs, and nobody knows what tomorrow brings. But People are adapting, people see who their real friends are, find online communities, and even are rising up to try and fight back against a corrupt and rich wall street. I sincerely hope that in the future we are able to change for the better.

by Spencer Cadley

Dear grace,

When I’m older I would like the world to be better because I will clean up after people, take more showers instead of baths and lastly, educate the future generation also known as generation Alpha.

by Anonymous

To future generations,

I felt it was my responsibility to contribute to the reversal of these harmful environmental impacts because they will directly and negatively affect you.

by Anonymous

 

Dear Future,

I asked you, the future , to help us as well, to preserve our only planet that can give us life, that can let us watch anime, go to the beach, smell flowers, run through the meadow, listen to our songs, be in a concert, and let us live.

by Anonymous

Dear wonderful children and grandchildren,

In the past humans thought Earth’s bounty was endless. Not so.

by Anonymous

Dear Tomorrow,

Humanity is at a crossroad and we need everyone to act.

by Lillian Bradley-Reid

 

Dear Lillyana,

I will continue to work to make the Earth a cleaner and safer place for you to grow and explore.

by Crystal Batignani

Dear my future nephew,

I promise you to try my best to make a better world for you by decreasing my carbon, plastic and other wastes the causes damages to our environment.

by Aisha Al-Duliam

 

Dear Gregor,

We try our best that we can go skiing and sledding together in Swiss Alps also in 50 years.

by Juna Shrestha

 

My dear daughters,

I will use my voice to help bring awareness about climate change.

by Grinia Bradwell

 

Dear Future Kids Like Me,

What I hope for future kids like me is that they continue to ride the groundswell of climate change support all the way into action.

by Amy Hammontree

Dear Future Generations,

Many are staying silent about climate change, but it needs to be stopped.

by Lydia Snyder

dear future children,

I hope you can see all of the sky thru what is happening now.

by Anonymous

Dear Furture Self,

Try and help this world as much as you can, you of all people should know how amazing it is, with the things it has done for you. It’s time to give back to this amazing planet of yours.

by Anonymous

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