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Dear Future Generations,

Hopefully by the time you read this politicians will have come to their senses and worked towards solving the issue of climate change. As of right now, people everywhere have begun doing their part to make things better. Some help by recycling, others by spending their careers researching solutions for long-term climate change. Help comes in all shapes and sizes and every little thing adds up, but denial is not an option. If you feel overwhelmed or stressed out about climate than do some research for yourself, but turning a blind eye means giving up, and if too many people do that we will not be able to get anywhere. So my final message to you is to step up and do your part, no matter how small, but don’t let climate change conquer without a fight.

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