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Dear future generations,

I am sorry for my generation for not cleaning up the Earth and not taking good care of it. We are probably the cause of global warming in the future and you all are living from our mistakes we didn’t fix. The water is probably not as clean, the air is polluted from all the factories/trash, cities that have been destroyed and nuclear waste is around from the wars we had. I’m done saying sorry because that isn’t helping with anything and saying it is just wasting time. Now is the time for us to come together and clean the Earth from our mistakes because we don’t have another home except for this planet. We need to get rid of pollution and make this life livable for the sake of humanity. We have to come together all around the world even despite our differences, we all have to do this if we want to survive and have a future for our kids because if we don’t, there won’t be anything left on Earth if we keep letting this issue slide. We are all equal, like it or not because we are all humans at the end of the day.

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