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Dear Ernie,

I’m so sorry we didn’t act sooner. I wish I could tell you exactly why but human beings struggle with taking action now on faraway consequences. We always have. Probably always will. I have always believed that climate change was real but aside from supporting organizations fighting to reverse it and recycling, I never did much else. I’m trying to change that now and trying to figure out what that looks like. I’m worried it’s too little too late but I’m going to anyway. I hope the future isn’t too horrible – I fear the worst.

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