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Dear Next Generation,

I promise to do the best possible job we (our generation) can do to help our world. Whether that be to keep our oceans clean, protect endangered species, research into melting glaciers, understanding why there are more extreme forms of weather, etc. I promise to make sure the world is better than the way my generation found it – the best we can. We can achieve this through petitions and demanding action from the government. The bottom line is we have a world to protect and I am not going to let your generation down. Action will be taken.

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