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Dear tomorrow,

I hope that climate change has improved and not affected your lives. I hope there are no crazy storms, less frequent wildfires, fewer disasters, clean air and soil, and enough food for everyone to eat. In 2020, I promise to take action and reduce my carbon footprint to ensure a safe future. I will actively reduce the amount of energy required for my lifestyle to protect the future.

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