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Dear Society,

The catastrophic wildfires that have affected California in 2018 are just the start of what our planet will witness. We have an administration that does not believe in the effects of climate change. I’m a student at San Jose State University taking a meteorology class that has taught me so much about my impact on our climate. I’m learning new ways to help reduce my carbon output and how to better the planet that I’ll be living on and my family will be living on for years to come.

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