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Dear Maya, Lucas, Cruz, Addy, Parker, Finn, Evelyn, Avery and Connor:

I vow to raise awareness about climate change in whatever ways I become aware of, and to take action so that you make have the opportunity to breather clean air, hike in lush forests, drink clean water, and swim in a sea teeming with life.
Love, Auntie Lulu

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