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Dear future people,

Well. We messed up, didn’t we? Humanity. Currently, we’re in the process of completely ruining the only place we have to call home. Yay us? Luckily, at the time this is being written, many people are starting to wake up and try to do something about this mess we’ve all collectively created. People are using less plastic, using less fossil fuels to school and work, and other such things. I am now and will be lowering my waste and fossil fuel consumption. Unfortunately, due to the extreme negligence of the people before us, we’re still not on the right track. So, I’m going to work harder. Raise awareness, protests, and hopefully fix this mess before it’s too late. And on behalf of everyone, I’m sorry. If we fail. If we don’t fix this, and you never get to see polar bears, or arctic ice caps, or trash-less beaches. We’re sorry.

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