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Dear Furture Self,

Your impact on the world is not insignificant. In this changing world, it is important to remain informed and active in preserving resources and living as cleanly as possible. Continue to share your passions for the environment with others and connect with like-minded people. For future generations, maintain a minimal carbon footprint. Even little actions such as using a reusable water bottle and finding another means of carrying groceries aside from plastic bags are steps in the right direction. For the future of the precious planet, of the future of all who in inhabit it, be mindful of your lifestyle and make small changes, encouraging others to do the same.

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