Sent on by
Anonymous
Send Your Own Message

To my future children and grandchildren,

Today it was 70 in New England on October 26th 2017 where by now people should be bundled up for the normal fall temperatures. That isn’t happening anymore sadly – As you can see the world has evolved and changed so much based off everyone’s involvement in some way. I want you to know climate change has been an overall concern back in my good days as well but I made the change to help focus and preserve our world for the sake of future generations. Staying green with energy and resources is something we need to do everyday to conserve our world. Change how you use resources, change how people act, change how people look at renewable safe energy and preserving resources, and change how you think just like I did.  Without this and carelessly burning harmful fuels to run things we are constantly destroying the planet you are born to love and without this will soon become inhabitable for anyone or any living organism. You can step up and make the change like me and be a hero for the next generations after you and make that difference and show everyone that climate change is real and scary and we need to act now. I know you can do it – because I did.

Sincerely,

– Tylar

Share on:
 
Send Your Own Message

More Messages to the Future

 

Dear next generation,

I hope that by the time you’re reading this, things have changed and people have started to protect the earth

 

I promise to plant more flowers.

 

To future Geof,

Cool, now that your jetpack is put away in your garage where you keep your flying car; how did the aliens save us from our own destruction? Did they have this hyper advance vacuum that just sucks all the greenhouse gases out of our atmosphere?

 

I won’t leave my lights on.

 

To my beloved granddaughters, Margaret and Caroline,

Growing up in Germany, I often wondered what my parents had done to oppose the Nazi regime in the 1930’s that led to WWII.  I was so disappointed when I found out how passive they had been. For me, this was formative.

 

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.

 

BATMAN SAYS, “LISTEN!”

How can I help you save the world and our country?

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to live a car-free lifestyle.

 

Dear Jackson,

I feel deeply that it is my moral obligation as your Mom to protect your future and allow you to inherit a clean and healthy planet.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to become more educated on the global issues that face populations I can’t see

 

Dear Future Ryan,

I promise to be a knight in the campaign of truth seeking.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I promise to try to set up crowd funding for grants to people with realistic proposals to fight climate change.

View All Messages

Send Your Own Message