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Dear Nahomy,

When we went on the road trip to Arkansas, we saw the farmlands, the forests, the mountains, the lakes, and the caves along the way. This made our experience what it is today, and it was amazing.

Unfortunately, we live in a time where climate change is drastically changing the way we all live our daily lives and the way we view society and its previous generations. We also live in a time where humanity is the reason why earth is being destroyed. I hope that in the future we will still be able to enjoy more road trips together and observe the nature along the way like we have. I hope that we each make it our own personal goal to help conserve the environment and our planet, and to allow future generations to enjoy nature as well.

I promise to make more environmentally conscious decisions with the way I live now and the way that I will live in my future home. I also promise to take advantage of any opportunities that come along the way to help make changes in our government that will make it act against climate change. I promise to help keep us and the environment safe.

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