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Dear my next generation, my friends and my family,

Please read this message with a deepness in your heart. I’m Ayu Puspita Maharani and I am 15 years old. I wrote this message to help you realize what we fear the most.

Climate change has been very severe. There are people who are not aware of the problem and even those against the truth of it. Such people are uncaring and selfish. Climate change makes me realize and care about the generations who will live, who will make the earth better. Climate change makes a lot of people suffer. We can’t live with a broken earth. God has given us what we need, so we should take care not to damage it. I hope that climate change can be stopped and we will live in peace again and start doing something positive for our earth.

To you in the future: I hope after you read this message, you will realize and will start to act against climate change, as previous generations have done. I hope you can finish what we have not completed. Perhaps when you read this message, the earth is no longer as it is now. The sky may be gray, the ocean may have been exposed, the trees may be rare, you may never see snow. If you are not aware of the problem, try to watch Before the Flood with your seriousness.

I am very worried about the state of the earth today. I have made a little progress and I am going to try to do more for our earth. Ver few people know and care about it. If you read this, keep in mind what we need is a god and our planet, not machines. I really beg you so that you begin to try and make our dreams to save the earth come true. Earth needs us, yet we are the ones who destroy it.

I promise I will help people realize about climate change. I will try my best, travel the world, see the condition of climate change in every country and do something for that.

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