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Dear Future World,

As of 2018, the world is changing in a faster rate than it should be. The emission rate of CO2 has been at its highest and will continue to increase because of our careless act. Places like Greenland will be ice-free in the next couple of years. Soon (maybe in the next 10 years), there will be no ice left in this world. It is estimated that by 2050, more than 25 percent of the Earth will face serious conditions due to drought and potential earthquake occurrence. By then, the Earth will look a lot more like a desert and the world will be ice-free. Climate change is a real threat and we should act now before it is too late. If you are wondering help with Climate change, please consider the following plans:

  • Less consumption of beef – in essence, one can turn to other meat alternative such as chicken
  • Drive with green vehicle
  • Reduce the use of electricity
  • Use the right lightbulb

If we don’t change the way we live, the world will soon face a greater threat than we can imagine. If we act now, future generations ahead will be a lot different.

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