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dear future society,

Climate change is real and you are now suffering from from its impacts. Because of us, you are faced with the incredible task of mitigating its impacts and saving as many lives and ecosystems as you can. We have known of the disasters climate change would bring but corrupt governments and lobbying around the world triumphed over saving our planet and its future inhabitants.

Projections show that many parts of the world will be under water by 2050. Climate change will alter ecosystems and leave many habitats destroyed. The air we breath will become unsafe and become the leading cause of respiratory illness. These effects are already happening in our current society and I can only imagine how worse it will be in your future society.

What we have won, though, is the incredible will of those who choose to speak up and be a voice for change. More and more people in our current society are becoming more educated on climate change and pushing for laws that will protect our Earth. We are shining a light on the corrupt governments and companies that prioritize profit over the wellbeing of current and future society.

I hope by your year, we will all have progressed and joined together to save our Earth from disaster. I will continue to use my voice to spread awareness and take action against the impacts of climate change and the corrupt groups that influence it. It all starts with YOU.

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