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Dear future me,

I promise and pledge to do my absolute best and give my all in trying to avoid producing climate change, and personally, I will do this by not producing an excessive amount of CO2 commissions. I will do this by walking to places when convenient instead of taking a car to travel, as well as tell whoever is driving if I’m in a car to turn it off if the car is not being driven. This is my pledge to help with climate change.

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