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Dear my grandchild,

Hi, When I see your current life. It reminds me of my life when I was at your age. I’m living in a highly developing era. Many high technique was happened everywhere. Within the quickly developing, it brings a lot of pollution, such as air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution etc. The ice is melting; the sea level is rising. Did you hear Maldives? It was a beautiful small island country. It was called ” The paradise”. I traveled there when I was a teenager. The water is very clean, there are a lot of marine life lived in the Indian Ocean. However, the recent years, the corals died since the water temperature increased. Due to sea level rise, these beautiful small islands would be inundated and disappeared from the earth.

How is your climate? It’s too hot during the summer, too cold during the winter? The climate is changing. The temperature is getting higher and higher. When I took the class about global climate, I could not imagine what would happen in the future. Today, my class is cancelled because of the air quality. There is a big forest fire in a small town called Paradise. There a lot of carbon dioxide and hazardous substances emit to the air. I even could not breathe smoothly. I hope you would not experience it. I know the high technique was happened. People may use renewable energies. Artificially intelligence has reached the top. I hope the earth can getting better and better.

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