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Dear daughter,

Today is a lovely sunny day. In 2050, I hope that you have fewer sunny days than we are having at the moment. Don’t look back on your life and think to yourself that you could have done something to change what’s happening. I hope you are breathing fresh, clean air and not inhaling awful fumes. Make sure you are surrounded by greenery and love. I hate to think about what it would be like in 2050. But if you read this message, I hope you will make a change. Don’t let our beautiful world flood, burn, or disappear due to all the horrible climate change. Think about all the animals and life that are endangered. We all need to make a difference.

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