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Dear My future child,

Currently, in the year 2021, the Earth is warming at an alarming rate due to human activity, primarily from fossil fuel burning. When I close my eyes and imagine what the world can look like in 2050, I see change being made on our planet. In order to experience a bright future, I understand that I need to take action now to make my visualization a reality. For example, I am going to start eating less meat, cutting back on flying on airplanes, shopping responsibly, and cutting down on waste. Most importantly, I will appreciate the world that I have today through the value of sustainability. The value of sustainability focuses on protecting and appreciating our ecosystems so that they can continue to provide for future generations, like you. I will use my voice to spread the importance of slowing down climate change so that you can live a long and healthy life surrounded by thriving ecosystems.

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