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Dear future family,

Today the LA traffic is clear and the usual smog in our skyline is not there. This is something that I wish it were like all the time but unfortunately this is only happening due to our current pandemic. Hopefully we can recover from this pandemic in a way that lowers our greenhouse emissions to allow this beautiful view to stand free of smog once again. Hopefully our use of renewable energy is our society’s main usage by the time you read this, if not let’s keep pushing for this, please!

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