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Dear Brother,

I am writing to you because you will be well into your career as a mechanical engineer. With that career, I hope you may be interested into making more green things to help rid the earth of fossil fuel reliance. I think my main concern regarding climate change in 2020 is that while we need to change our fossil fuel consumption habits, there are really no options people can turn to. Or if they are they are far too expensive. My promise would be I hope the next car I buy in my adult life will be electric. I also hope to make my future home as energy efficient as possible with solar panels. I think it would be very cool if you were working on the very products I hope to invest in my future as well as make them more affordable for others.

Best,
Georgia

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