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Dear Future,

I have planted hundreds of trees and thousands of bee and bird friendly plants. I’ve filled my space with growing food and made new soil out of compost. I put solar on my roof and thousands of litres of water tanks in my yard. I rebelled at every opportunity my health would permit. I stopped arguing and started doing everything that was in my power to do. I left my little corner of the world a better place and I know there are thousands, millions, just like me trying to do our small part to mitigate the damage done. I send my blessings and hope for a better world.

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