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Dear future generation,

Today is November 26 of 2019 and right now we are living in a world where nature is dying. Currently, there have been many forest fires going especially a few weeks ago the Amazon forest was burning. I hope that later in the year 2050 there will still be forests because honestly right now there are so many fires going on. I am afraid that one day my children won’t be living in a world where there is no clean oxygen or water. There are many species that are going extinct for example polar bears and their habitats are melting. The issue of climate change is something that should be taken seriously but many people keep claiming that it is not real. 

Today there are currently many types of renewable energy that we can use and there are individuals who install solar panels in their homes. Unfortunately,  solar panels are sometimes hard to afford and not many people want to switch to renewable energy. I hope that one day the whole world will stop using oil and natural gas as energy sources. If the usage of oil and natural continues then climate change will only be getting worse.

I promise that I will take action to ensure the safety of the world. One thing that I plan to do is that I will purchase a car that can is powered by electricity. Also when I purchase a home I will install solar panels in order to ensure that my house runs on renewable energy. I hope that one day the future generation will be living in a world where renewable energy is being used more often than today. I hope that you will still have clean water to drink and clean air to breathe because right now there are many places where humans have water that is polluted. I promise that I will do my best to take action and inform more people about ways that we can help our planet.

Sincerely, 

Adrián Contreras-Abrego The II

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