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Dear future World,

With the current environment that is getting worse with pollution and having people not properly take care of this planet. In ten years, I would hope for the generation to be more interested on their impact on climate change because if we continue the same impact for ten years this problem will get worse. So if your reading this ten years later, I hope that we have progressed as a nation that is making climate change a well known important topic and the leaders of this world are helping acknowledge this issue with steps that would make an impact otherwise the later we start taking care of this issue , the harder the future people like you or even further generations will have to deal the long lasting impacts of climate change. So I will promise to be more aware of my impact with my carbon footprint and talk about this issue more.

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