Nowadays, everybody is talking about the global warning. All the alarms said on this item are very true. The climate is changing all over the world. But, there is something that we all can do: Act. Do whatever is in the reach of your hands, but do it. Couple of days ago, I met the Schoepleins. They stayed at Chachagua RainForest Hotel & Hacienda for 4 nights. They live in Los Angeles, California. They were so happy in the rain forest. Their second morning at Chachagua, they went to the stable and met Ramon, one of the cowboys. They learned from Ramon how to milk a cow, being this such a nice and memorable experience for them. Then, I took the family to the forest and then to the Arenal Volcano. Ezra, their 10 years old boy, was so interested in to be face to face to a monkey. After half an hour walking on the trail, finally his dream came true! We saw a large troop of howlers monkeys, including a female with her little tiny baby on her back…I was so happy watching the big smile on Ezra’s face! Later in the afternoon, we went to my mom’s house and, again, she showed how a Costarican typical meal is done. The whole family participated on this cuisine’s lessons, and they did a great job. The most beautiful tortilla was made by the pretty girl Cleo, their daugther. For sure, Marc and Toni shall be proud of their kids. And next morning, we did something great. This is, what I think, what is going to change our planet. Early in the morning, we met by the lobby at Chachagua, and walked the way down, where Cleo and Ezra planted a couple of native trees, the ones that, since now, will be knownn under the kid’s names. The future comes clear to me every time I find people like these. It is simply the way we work in order to involve our guest with the conservation of the environment. I am sure that Cleo and Ezra, as well as their parents, will spread the word and, thousands of miles away from Costa Rica, there in LA, many children will plant a tree. And so, all over the world. The future of planet Earth is in the children’s hands, I have no doubt about it.