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Dear Bibi, Van, and Oakley,

I’ll be honest: I know climate change is real and it’s important to fix it, but it’s never affected me personally and so I haven’t worried about it. It seems so far away. But we need to take action. Even now, you can to little things to make a difference! For instance, I am trying to always use reusable water bottles. My family tries to always buy organic foods, and pasture-raised eggs. We can all take part in protecting the people an animals on Planet Earth.

I hope you grow up with lots with lots of love, support, and laughter. You bring me so much joy. When this pandemic is over, I hope to see you.

Love you guys so much.

Your cousin

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