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Dear Future Generations,

I apologise for all the problems that we have caused. I apologise for the carbon dioxide that we use, such as fire, cars and petrol and many more. I am sorry that you won’t be able to see some other animals such as polar bears, dolphins and whales.

From now on, I will tell people to reuse plastic bottles, knifes and forks, and use electric cars. Electric cars still use carbon dioxide but not as much. If we reuse, we won’t use carbon dioxide and, plastic wouldn’t go in the ocean.

Your sincerely,

Lukas Jankauskas

 

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