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Dear Future Me,

Today is November 15th, 2018. The air quality is so bad this week that several schools are closed. I hope this is not a problem for you anymore.

Traffic has been bad these days because we have so many cars! I’m worried that car emissions are polluting our environment. I guess in the future we will have all auto-driving electric cars that emit zero carbon emissions. That would be great!

They have been saying that global warming is happening and that we will experience extreme weathers in the future. I hope that is not the case for you. I’ll try my best so that you will not be negatively affected by my actions. I don’t want you to blame me. I will try my best to protect our environment.

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