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Youssef Abdelhadi
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Dear to the future generations,

I imagine a world where there will be little to no pollution with our advanced technology aiding us to a better life. We are suffering from natural disasters that are causing bigger lash-backs resulting in a lot of civilian death. As of today, I do my best in trying to educate and inform others on how we can minimize the growth of global warming and contribute to a greener society. From saving shower time to being conservative with electricity all these small steps will help achieve the long term dream goal of a greener society. I want to be able to see my kids running around in the park without the need of the mask due to the smog volume that is increasing from industrial production. Furthermore, nature needs to be treated right or we bear the consequences with horrific disasters. My message to the future generations is to live happy and treat mother nature right as it is the only thing that gives us life to live.

Sincerely,

Youssef

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