To my precious children
Dear fellow human,
May my tomorrow include more attention to these details so that you know that I do care.
I promise to change the culture of my school.
To the Future Generations,
I look at my baby niece today. The newest member of our family, just 3 days old. What will be left for her and her grandchildren?
Everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime.
Dear Rowan & Tristan,
I promise to do everything I can as a daughter to our great Mother Earth to protect her wildlife and trees.
Dear Future Today,
Here in California we’re starting to recognize our climate changing the natural world around us.
To My Future Child(ren),
The fact that you are reading this means that you would know the answer to a question that has kept me up at night more often than I would like to admit: Did I make you proud?
My dear daughters,
I will use my voice to help bring awareness about climate change.
Even when contemplating huge global-historical issues — especially then — it’s important to stay grounded in the present time and place, the specific here and now, and the minute affairs of everyday interpersonal relations.
Dear Future Earth,
I promise to promote the growth of clean energy, like solar… For the sake of my grandchildren.
I can now see that the solutions are there, that a transition of the magnitude that is needed, is possible.
Dear Kai and Leah,
I want you to feel awestruck like I do. It is important to feel small sometimes, to feel the weight of reality, to recognize the scale of a challenge, to see where you fit and what you are up against. This is the case with climate change.