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Dear future generation,

I believe climate change is the biggest global issue my generation is facing. It has been the result of several factors like carbon dioxide emissions, food production, and land use changes. This problem was not created by my generation, but it is our job to reduce it by any means necessary for your generation. The reason for this is because we are all humans and share this planet.

That being said, my promise is to reduce energy usage, use more public transportation, and eat less meat and more chicken and vegetables. Additionally, I will advocate to my friends and family to also change their habits.

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