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Dear the future of tomorrow,

It is currently the year 2016 and I am sitting in an environmental chem class room thinking about where the future will be in 50 years or so when you are grown, raising a family and enjoy our beautiful earth that your are so lucky to be inhabiting. When I was 20 years old I learned about the severe destruction occurring to our environment and I decided that it was time to take steps to prevent further destruction to our beloved earth so that you now can live is a safe, clean world. If not for my generation looking out for your future nd realizing there was a problem when there was one I do not know where you would be today, if you were here. I hope you continue our effort to care for the environment to create a sustainable environment for our plant for hundreds of thousands of years to come.

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