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Dear Future Generations,

I am sorry for all of the problems that we have caused. I apologise for the hot weather that you are living in. The hot weather and the storms are all because cars that run on fuel, the A/C’s and the power stations. I’m sorry that you couldn’t see the polar bears and other animals that we didn’t save. Sorry about the island’s that sank.

From now on I will try my best to stop this. I will tell my mum & dad to get a Hybrid car instead of a car that runs on fuel. I will also turn of all the lights and other electrical sources off when I don’t need them. Also I will tell other people to do the same.

Your sincerely, Azhan Shakeel

 

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