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Dear future generations,

We are living in a period where the 46th president believes climate change is a myth and global warming was made up by China. One most important question we must ask ourselves is how much carbon do we contribute in our lifespan as an individual, and as a nation. The future of our generation is headed towards a dark and unpredictable future. Scientist predict by the year 2050 that global temperatures will reach a point that is inhabitable in most regions of the planet. If you are reading this now, it is imperative that we educate ourselves and our local community on the reality of global warming and work towards reducing our contribution to carbon, then can we begin to make a significant impact at reducing the rate of climate change.

 

 

 

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