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Dear Avery,

I want you to have clean water, fresh air, and a healthy environment. I don’t want you to be hurt and angry that we didn’t do more to help prevent the damage while we still had a chance. I don’t want you to read about lost wildlife diversity in books. I’m afraid it might be too late.

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