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2016 is almost at an end.

FYI the earth is dying thanks to us and some level of politics.

Questions to the future:

Is the year you are reading this any different than 2016? Is the earth getting better now? or are we still denying that climate change and global warming is not happening? Did we win the Arctic oil law suit? Were we able to save the rainforests? Were we able to SAVE THE EARTH?
I hope that we are actually doing something, i hope the year this letter finds you is a good one.

I really hope the answers are optimistic. Cause I believe WE CAN and that WE WILL!!!

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