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Dear future generations,

I’m writing this in 2021 and as you know lots of stuff has happened. Thinking about all of the things I have learned this year about the future, I have been worrying about not getting to live out my full life. In our class we have learned about how in 2050 we will run out of food and I will only be 43 at that point.

I hope that I will grow old and have everything I have ever wanted. I hope that every person gets that wish. I don’t want to have my family go hungry due to the land being destroyed. I don’t want to have no water because all of the fresh water has run out. I don’t want to have to all move to the moon because of the large scary effects of climate change and global warming.

I want everyone to be happy and healthy.

I promise that I will do my part to reduce my carbon footprint wether that’s just by carpooling more, or using less electricity, I want to grow up in a better world and I want the future generations to grow up in a better world.
I promise that I will encourage others to do the same.

Climate change is something that not everyone believes in, but effects everyone. I don’t want the future generations to live life without all of the things the other generations were blessed with.

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