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Dear Tomorrow,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. Nothing hurts me more than the thought that you may never be able to see the beauty in this world that I have seen. Because of this, I am dedicating my life to making a positive impact and protecting our natural resources. I have made personal changes to reduce the impact of climate change and I hope to make nationwide or even global changes in the future. I want to leave you a safe and healthy place to raise your own family. I hope this finds you well, and that you continue to treat this planet with the utmost respect. After all, it’s all we have.

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