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Dear daughter,

The world is changing everyday, whether you can physically see the changes or not. Our climate is not being treated fairly and I was too blinded by the materialistic things in life to notice that. After watching several videos and reading various articles in regards to climate change, I am so so scared for what is yet to come if we continue to upset our planet and its’ atmosphere. I promise to do my part in this life to better myself and make necessary changes to my lifestyle that will positively contribute to climate change and hopefully in a way make my friends and family do the same. There are many simple things you can do my love, to make the planet a better place. This can be separating your recycling from your waste, to make sure that they all together don’t end up in the ocean, or on beaches. Our beautiful creatures in the water and on land are being affected by climate change and soon if we don’t help them you may not get the chance to see them. I want to be a part of this movement to keep our planet clean and happy. You will want the best for your children when the time comes so I ask that you continue to fight and contribute positively by making the necessary changes in your lifestyle if they are not already being made so you can live through the great experiences and memories that are yet to come.

Xoxo,

Mom

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