I promise to plant 5 trees every year just to make sure I don’t leave a carbon footprint.

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Dear Cherie,

Dear future me, I promise to keep all the trees in the world. Trying everything to prevent deforestation. The average temperature of the past year 0.87 degrees celsius. This affects our trees because the temperature has risen making it more eligible for a wildfire to start out of nowhere. This has a negative pouring more carbon into the atmosphere and reducing the number of trees, which inhale CO2 and release oxygen. I promise to plant 5 trees every year just to make sure I don’t leave a carbon footprint. Sincerely, me.

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