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Dear Me,

Your 45 now! Hopefully you’ve been working towards preventing climate change and improving the welfare of the environment. Climate change is a major issue, and it will take a while to get under control. Here in 2020, many groups are working towards a decrease of climate change. Yet, most people around the world ignore it, thinking it won’t affect them while they’re alive. I really want to try and do something for the environment. I hate seeing our planet slowing die throughout the years. By 2050, I hope we’ve done something, major to slow down the pace of climate change. Please tell me you’re doing something to stop it. I’m going to try and make a change.

Regards,

You

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