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Dear 2050,

I promise to try everyday to limit my carbon footprint. I hope that by the year 2050 we will have significantly reduced our carbon footprint, and I hope that my children can live in a safe, healthy world. I promise to make the planet a safe place to live when my children grow up. And I pray that they do not have to make promises like this.

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