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Dear Future self,

Today I made a promise to try and conserver as much energy as possible such as biking instead of taking a car, and unplugging anything not in use. My views on climate change in 2021 are that I think we have the materials and technology to be more eco friendly but its either too expensive or people don’t understand the difference it makes. Hopefully people in the future will get. Tell mom I said hi.

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