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Dear Friend,

We are currently in a crisis and the world needs to wake up and address it today. As one person, I feel small but as small as I feel I know that if we all stand together and inspire each other today we can make changes. We can invest in sustainability in our everyday action. I promise to continue to fight for our future generations and the health of our planet.

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