I promise to save our planet, earth.I will keep talking about climate change as loud as I can. I wish all of you see humpback whales, polar bears, pandas… I wish you will live with healthy places with people that fond of the planet.

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dear new generation

I promise to save our planet, earth.I will keep talking about climate change as loud as I can. I wish all of you see humpback whales, polar bears, pandas… I wish you will live with healthy places with people that fond of the planet.

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