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Dear Tomorrow,

Today most of us can see the immediate impact of climate change. With this knowledge I hope we can unite to make a difference so you tomorrow, can see a world that is more alive than ours today. I believe we can make a change together so our kids and the many generations to come can enjoy all the beauty natures has given us.

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