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Dear Children,

Climate change is incredibly real and incredibly scary. Though it may seem too big of a task to bear on your shoulders, take it head on anyways, as I plan to. It is imperative for my future, which is also yours, to sacrifice many behaviors that harm your environment (long showers, supporting big food corporations, using non-renewable energy). Instead, eat and purchase organically and sustainably, take short and cooler showers, use appliances sparingly, always search for more ways to be environmentally friendly.

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