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Dear Future,

Is there still Ice? Is there still Seasons? Have we made a difference? Today we see the world and take it for granted, our government does not see global climate as a big impact, this year a lot of tragic incidences have happened. I hope you guys have made a difference since 2017 and our air is cleaner than it has ever been. It’s upsetting how much we let environment, nature, creatures/species go as if it was replaceable. Future today I hope we are using the proper resources we need to survive but in a clean way. I would hate to know that my future family is struggling more than ever because change didn’t want to happen. There are so many people that really want to change and make a difference, but as a student and a nobody to society my voice could not be heard, but I hope with this message it somehow makes a difference.

-Always keep the dream alive

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