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Dear Angela,

I promise that I will do everything in my power to have a positive impact on the climate and our earth. I think a large majority of the generation before us were too busy with other historical achievements and events (like women gaining the right to vote and WWII) that the idea of saving our earth wasn’t even in mindset. I believe that saving the earth and all of the oceans and land around us can be our shining moment as a generation. Remember to always recycle, reduce plastic waste, reuse your coffee cup, anything you can do will have such a huge impact on saving our earth.

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