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Dear Tomorrow,

As you are reading this, please think of the brave men and women who fought to make the world a better place for you. Climate change was a controversial subject, with a lot of skeptics opposing it. However, truth won out in the finale, and we started the path to crucial change. May God bless you with happiness and peace. Keep up the brave work.

 

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