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Dear Future World,

I hope you are doing better than we are right now. Currently in the year of 2020 we have seen a significant amount of negative consequences of climate change and global warming. There have been massive fires, hurricanes, and due to global warming, sea levels are beginning to rise even more. I hope that this was the year that people opened their eyes and that in more than 10 years, this planet will be better to live on. I hope to see less pollution in the air and more trees planted around us so we can breathe cleaner air. I hope that we come up with more energy saving ways of living  and finding methods to produce, transport, live and distribute in ways that can benefit the environment. I will be doing my part, as there are many others doing theirs to strive for a better world because I also want to see a beautiful and safe world for my future seeds.

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