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Dear Future,

I’m currently 19 years old and the world has never been in this amount of danger. Currently, climate change is one of the worlds most leading environmental issues. I’m making a promise to my future self, family and world to recycle more often and limit the amount of plastic I use in my everyday. The small details in life matter.

-Gina Goldstone

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