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Dear my future self,

I hope you have created actions to save the environment before you regret not doing the best you can and had to suffer the consequences of bringing damages to the environment. No matter what you do from now and then, always remind yourselves to relate how your work and actions can bring positive impacts directly and indirectly to the environment.

Do it before it is too late.

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