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Dear Grandchildren,

Today we are in a pandemic where the people are required to shelter in place and many people lost their jobs/businesses. Because people are staying inside in parts of the world there is less pollution and water looks more clear. Today we see all the issues with climate change and making many changes to fix it. We promise to do what we can to fix the issue but we hope that our hard work continues in to your generation.

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