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Dear to my future life and to future humans,

I want your future will better and livable. More than we experiencing right now. Let us help to work the present and let us save the future.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Me,

I hope the world is less selfish, more compassionate, and more relaxed about the rules, and unite about the only thing that they have – the literal land. I hope every nation agrees, that for climate change to not be such a large issue, all the countries and nations need to develop a plan, and stick to that place. People’s lives are at risk. This isn’t a game anymore.

by Stella Hassan

 

Dear future 82-year old me,

29 years later, I wish I still can ride bike and go some lovely places in nature. Sky is blue and air is fresh, I will be shining under the sun.

by Anonymous

Dear Lucas,

I will continue to learn, improve, grow, and even fight to ensure the world is just as beautiful when you’re 80 as it was the day you were born. In fact, I hope it’s even more beautiful. You deserve a beautiful world in your lifetime.

by Anna Gordon

Dear Kasia,

I saw so much potential in you since you were born and I hoped that the state of the world would not hinder you and what you decided to do with your brand new life. Now I am an old lady and we are still here, still fighting. Maybe you’ll be writing a similar letter to a baby in your life now.

by Anonymous

dear tomorrow,

i am sorry. but i had dreams and goals that i was chasing, a selfish act, perhaps i single handedly couldve been the genius that changed the world, but i never took that path.

by Anonymous

Dear kids,

I hope that my efforts today are seeds planted and that you live under the shade of them.

by Anonymous

Dear Lucas,

Most of all, I hope you’re still able to meander with your loved ones in nature, like we always did. That is why I made the changes I did in my life. I hope they were enough. I love you and hope the world is kind, collaborative, and a lot less lonely that it was. I hope you not only enjoy nature for many years still, but the human experience found in it.

by Anna Gordon

Dear Trev,

I will continue fighting for them, even if all seems lost. Because we will continue to fight until our last breaths.

by Anonymous

To Future Me,

We have a future to protect and I hoped that we’ve protected it well. Anyways I am so proud of you!! Fighting!

by Anonymous

Dear future generation,

I know we failed you but just know that we tried so hard to be the kind of people you wanted us to be.

by Anonymous

Dear Son,

I fear the day you truly comprehend this information. My eyes tear up thinking about it. I truly believe that I will never have great grandchildren. I fear there is a good chance that I will never even have a grandchild. That you will not have a child of your own someday. That family trees are about to burn up in a forest fire.

by Anonymous

Dear children,

I and others hear your cry for URGENCY TODAY as tomorrow will be too late for you to do what adults today are largely failing to do.

by William Callahan

Αγαπητέ/ή μελλοντικέ/ή κάτοικε της Αθήνας,

εδώ και πέντε μέρες καιγόμαστε. Ασταμάτητα. Θερμοκρασία 45 βαθμοί. Η φωτιά ξεκίνησε την Τρίτη το μεσημέρι στη Βαρυμπόμπη.
We have been burning for five days now. Non-stop. Temperature 45 degrees. The fire started on Tuesday at noon in Varybobi.

by Anonymous

 

Dear future me,

My hopes have always been to live in a brighter and better generation, where women are respected around the world, human rights are respected and last but not least where animals and mother nature is cared for by us individuals.

by akasya kaya

dear lily,

i trust in your generation so solve things.

by Anonymous

 

To all the people here on earth,

Who knows what the future would look like? or what will happened in the future? No one knows right? That’s why it it’s scary because we don’t know what lies ahead. We couldn’t stop the future but we can always change it.

by Anonymous

Dear Kindergarten to Graduate High School Students of tomorrow,

I’m committed to collapsing the silo structure that currently provides learning experiences to you that limits global awareness and global thinking.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

I hope you will look back from a more sustainable, amicable future and think that we succeeded.

by Anonymous

Dear Martuca porotito

Hablo de los problemas medio ambientales, la pobreza, la desigualdad económica y todas esas cosas que ambos encontramos injusto.
I talk about environmental problems, poverty, economic inequality and all those things that we both find unfair.

by Anonymous

 

Hallo Clara,

Was wohl der Klimawandel im Jahr 2050 macht? und wer gerade in der Politik ist? Bei uns macht der Klimawandel gerade Vollgas und an der Macht ist Angela Merkel, seit 16 Jahren
What will climate change do in 2050? and who is in politics right now? Climate change is at full throttle here and Angela Merkel has been in power for 16 years.

by Clara Kofler

to whoever reading this in the future,

we will gonna be alright in time 🙂

by Anonymous

Dear Future Generations,

I am trying more everyday and I know trying isn’t enough but I’ll keep going so you have a tomorrow.

by Hannah Wilde

Dear Anna,

I’d like to drink in any beauty I can get despite the clouds of fear that accompanies the threat of drastic climate change. The threat to the end of the nature of today.

by Anonymous

Dear Me!

Hopefully by then we will be driving our dream car (Tesla right now).

by Anonymous

Dear Children of the future,

I am worried now that we will and have failed to act on the scale necessary to protect you and the ones you love.

by Anonymous

Dear future child,

I promise, I am doing everything I can to give you this opportunity in your future. There is still hope for our planet.

by Anonymous

Dear Future self,

It is currently 2021 and climate change just keeps getting worse and the world keeps getting unhealthier.

by Anonymous

Dear future me,

I promise and pledge to do my absolute best and give my all in trying to avoid producing climate change, and personally, I will do this by not producing an excessive amount of CO2 commissions.

by Anonymous

Dear tomorrow,

Something else I can start doing is going for fewer drives if a store or place is somewhat near me. This can help big time for pollution and if everyone did this that’d be a huge change.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Seth,

We know that giving up is never an option, in whatever we do. I promise to you that I will continue to learn, question, and challenge myself and to not be complacent or silent when there is injustice in the world.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

The issues in the world dominated by capitalism bog down your mind to the point where you forget to take care of you, for you. There is so much happening in the world, but I hope that you have time to take a deep breath and are doing what you love and for something you are passionate about.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

I hope you can look out your window while you read this and see a world that we’re happy with. A world that will treat our children well. It is our responsibility to leave a place where future generations can live healthily and happily. This is bigger than us.

by Anonymous

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 Bella,

It really is crucial to heed indigenous knowledge regarding rebuilding local food systems. For Indigenous peoples, their knowledge and culture have always required not just to coexist with their environment, but to be firmly rooted in it.

by Anonymous

Dear Future Self,

Did they ever figure out how to fix climate change? How about the political situation? And how about world peace? Eh…that’s probably a little TOO optimistic.

by Anonymous

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