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Dear Sister,

Climate change is something that’s been going on for a while. What is climate change? Well, climate change is when burning coal, wildfires, or pollution. These are all acts of climate change, these are ruining our planet today, that’s why we thought of using solar panels so we can get our electricity from the sun causing less damage to our Earth. So I’m writing this letter to you hoping that you will do one thing and that is, help stop climate change.

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