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Dear Future,

Right now things are intense. With the Coronavirus occurring, most people are in quarantine. Because of this there is mitigation to life in general. As for the environment electricity is being used at an extreme. People are in there homes using their devices. This could also be an effect of environment. Additionally, there is a lot of people cooking which can also be releasing CO2 and constant use of natural gas and other aerosols. Due to this there might be a mitigation, but it can be prevented if there is a limit to the amount being used at home.

I hope that in the future mitigation does not happen where things stop and are barley taking action. I hope there is more renewable and reusable energy sources to prevent mitigation. I hope EVERYONE is using LED lights and cooking environmentally friendly foods to have little to no amounts of carbon footprints. This would help decrease mitigation from happening. I hope there are large amounts of reusable items and that people actually use those items. I hope everyone is considering the things they use and do that may impact the environment.

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