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Dear future son or daughter,

This year I became a little more aware of how humanity has left nature and hurt it. I really hope that by 2050 when someone reads this letter, we will have solved this problem. I think of all the beautiful things like skiing or any other winter sport which will not be possible in 30 years if we are not aware of our environmental consciousness. So we have to change something to keep and safe the great opportunities offered by our planet.

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