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Dear Future Generations,

Our world is changing. We are faced with a dilemma fueled by ignorance. Changed is required yet not excepted. Evidence scares us about the future but I’m here to put you at ease. There is hope for the air you breathe. There is hope for the environment you grow in. There is hope for the beauty around you. There is hope because I promise to make the world better. Change is inevitable for those who try.

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