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Dear Tomorrow,

Have things changed from my teenage years? Are electric cars owned by every person in society? Is the way we fuel our society more efficient and safe to the ecosystems that surround us? I wonder is Global Warming is a bigger deal in your present day than it was in mine. It seems as if today air pollution is most often bypassed and looked upon as something that is not important. I wonder how many species have gone extinct since 2020. I hope that from this point forward until 2050, people will try to improve the ways they get rid of waste and generate energy.

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