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Dear Future Generations,

I hope and wish you all are doing better than what we are right now. I hope you all are able to enjoy all the beautiful things nature has to offer. That you all are able to go on hikes in our beautiful forests. That you are able to hear the birds sing and can deeply inhale the fresh air.

We are currently in the year of 2020 and we have seen consequential remarks of climate change and global warming. There have been massive fires across the globe like in Australia and the United States that have turned our beautiful blue skies into orange and red skies and have made it difficult to breathe. There have been hurricanes that have left many people homeless. Our sea levels are increasing even more because of global warming. Our planet cannot keep up with all excess of chemicals releases.

I hope we have been able to come up with a plan to make sure you all are able to enjoy our planet. I hope you continue to save energy and have found new methods to produce, transport and live that can help our planet for future generations. That you all have been recycling, stop using fossil fuels and that you all have eliminate gas running cars for good and are taking care of our rainforests: Amazon, Daintree, Congo and other tropical forests. Hopefully you all have done a better job than us to perceive a healthy and safe environment. I hope to see you all are still able to travel to New York, Miami, San Diego and other cities near our oceans. Hopefully my generation has saved the cities from being underwater. I will continue to do my part and sharing my knowledge with others but please continue to advocate for a better world for future generations.

Love

D.T

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