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Dear future generations,

I first would like to start off by apologizing for the mess we left you all in; the world is a pretty materialistic place and tends to care more about money and power than preserving the planet in which we live. It’s pretty hypocritical if you think about it, because (at the rate we’re currently effecting the Earth) once it becomes unlivable, it is no longer about money or wealth, but survival.

Moreover, I’d like to continue by mentioning that I am doing my part as a citizen, by recycling, conserving water, carpooling, and doing everything in my power to negate climate change. Unfortunately, I do not have much pull right now, but hopefully one day I can make a difference. Also, by voting for politicians who legitimately care about the wellbeing of the environment, we can help to save the Earth.

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