I wish you this security knowing we changed because we love you.

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Dear grand nieces and nephews,

In 2050 you five will be in your mid 30s. An exciting time of life. I wish you all happiness, knowing that my generation, your great uncles, aunts and grandparents took the opportunity to change the world enomomy. To add exciting innovation of clean technologies to power our lives. A cascade of good things came out of our changing—good health, more trees, better soils, more wetlands, cows walking on the beach not in treeless pastures, communities thriving from local investment, wonderful innovations and new technologies. I wish you this security knowing we changed because we love you.

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