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Dear Future Generations,

Currently, there are disputes over what is climate change. And in reality, even I am confused, we are currently in a presidential election in which  Joe Biden and President Trump talk about their future actions with climate change. The world is changing and becoming worse and worse. And even though I am stressed about this, I still do not do anything to change it. And I believe I should. So I will start making changes in my everyday life in order to increase my ecological footprint. For example, I should start eating fewer animal products and drive less. I am doing this because I want to have a better future and not endanger future generations like my children. You all deserve to live happy, healthy and also contribute to our provider: Earth.

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