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Dear Future,

I promise to reduce the waste that I produce by composting and purchasing products with minimal pre-packaging. I promise to support local organic farmers and buy products that are made sustainably and treat animals with respect. I promise to always be looking for ways to reduce my ecological footprint and walk short distances even when I have the option to drive. I promise to do my best everyday to live more sustainably and conserve this beautiful earth that I live on.

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