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Dear loved one,

I live in a funny time lately – a changing world, with believers and nonbelievers of this change. Our president and people with authority deny climate change but the rest of us know the truth. It is difficult to feel like a single person like me can make a difference but I’m trying my best for your future. I commute each day on the bus to cut down on my carbon emissions from driving. I eat less red meat, since all of the cow’s farts are adding to the carbon build up. I buy local and sustainable foods and clothing whenever possible. I am an advocate for the environment in hopes that we can come out alive from this global shift in temperature that keeps on getting worse as time goes by. The world is changing and I’m changing with it. Each day I set a goal to make more environmentally conscience decisions to benefit this planet and give you a better life.

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