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Dear daughter,

I hope a lot of things will have changed in 2050, especially the hustle and bustle about climate change. I think we should slowly stop focusing on informing about climate change because by now everybody knows that it exists. We really have to start to do something about it so that in 2050 our earth will still exist at all and so that somebody can read this letter. There are already many aid organisations fighting against climate change and slowly but surely stopping it by planting new trees, for example. Even kindergardens have already shown initiative and planted new trees together with the children. We should all pay attention to our meat consumption and also give up on helping the environment for the sake of the environment.

I hope so much that the future will be saved and that we will still have a beautiful earth in 2050. There are so many beautiful places which should be preserved and which you should also visit to see and experience the beauty of nature.

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