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Dear Future Students,

I hope that you are taking action to help preserve the Earth and all the magnificent species and processes that reside on and within it. I hope as your former educator, I shared with you the importance of protecting the Earth and crafted methods of action that both you and I can chose to act on together. You have a voice and your voice matters. You are the ones that will make the change, as my generation was and is still fighting for the Earth. I hope you will spread the education and knowledge you have with others that are unfamiliar with the topic of climate change. Education is key. Remember that.

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