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Dear future self,

it is the year 2022, it is currently earth week, and we are taking the week to appreciate our earth. Sadly, because of global warming, our planet is not doing too well. I am not someone who is majorly connected to nature but growing up I know how important it is to have nature, animals and plants in my life. Even though I have grown up to be someone who is very scared of bugs and things like that, I still love walking in the park to see all the beautiful trees above me and the grass in front of me.

We need to make a change starting now,

whether that is putting your rubbish in the bin instead of throwing it onto the street,

or switching of the light instead of leaving it on when your not in it.

These small changes really make a difference.

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