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Dear future generations,

I am going to do my part to reduce my carbon footprint and share all knowledge to others because I want you to be able to see snow in Lake Tahoe, play on the beautiful shores of Santa Cruz beaches, and be able to breathe outside without a mask on due to mass amounts of pollution.

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