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Dear Future Generation,

I promise to be an advocate for eco-efficiency in all aspects. The Earth’s conditions are becoming volatile for life, and now, more than ever, it is essential to be mindful of how we are designing and producing goods and services. When comes down to it, Earth is the best gift humanity has ever been given and it is so important for us to protect it. This is why I am going to emphasize eco-effectiveness in all of my actions while I’m here. I want the future to be infinitely better than it is now. In order to protect your well-being, I will try to produce as least waste as possible by making something out of all outputs. Sadly, we are currently on a destructive path, but with widespread support, there is much hope for future Earth. Moreover, I will share eco-effective methodology to anyone and everyone so we can have a waste-free future.

Sincerely, Kieran Hush

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