If we work together to spread the awareness of what is occurring today, we will be able to prevent it from continuing into the tomorrow.

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Brielle Mosher
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Dear Society,

The year is 2018.
The conversation of climate change had become a highly debated discussion- for what reason, I am unsure of.
It is no secret that our planet is changing and suffering a great deal due to rising temperatures, as well as he alarming issue of pollution on our lands and in our waters.
It is with strong hopes and a loving heart for this planet, that I pledge to always do as much as I can to prevent any further damage to our ecosystems, and strive to reverse the damage that has already been done.
It is often said that ‘there is no planet B’ which is as true as it gets. This is our only planet and this is our only home.
I, along with many others, want to see our planet breathe and live healthy once again, and we intend on making these hopes more than just dreams.
If we work together to spread the awareness of what is occurring today, we will be able to prevent it from continuing into the tomorrow.
This planet cannot survive if we continue to mistreat it the way we have been doing for so long, so its time to make the difference.
Its time to acknowledge our faults and our mistakes, and make up for our in-explainable actions by taking a first step in the right direction as a whole, collective society. Its time to make a difference as a whole, as one world, because this is the only world we have.
Lets keep our world beautiful by making it healthy once again.

With strong hopes for better, healthier times,
Brielle Mosher

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