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Dear Future self,

It is currently 2021 and climate change just keeps getting worse and the world keeps getting unhealthier. To keep this planet healthy I promise to cut down on using bottled water and using reusable water bottles. I will also take the bus and ride my bike more often instead of taking the car.

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