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Dear kids,

Today I taught a lesson about climate change and the importance of a united global response which led to a discussion on the importance Paris Agreement.  This made me reflect on when I went to high school and the optimism I had with the Kyoto agreement and the belief we were at the cusp of change.  Decades later it is your generation and the growing youth movement that gives me hope.

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