Dear Tomorrow’s Generation,
It is 2018 and the exponential grow of climate change is finally catching up with the world. Every year more temperature records are being broken, more reefs are decaying, and more fragile ecosystems are dwindling. If there is one thing I urge you to preserve, it is the great biodiversity that is present only on earth. It was by chance that life even came to be, and it is of upmost importance to preserve all forms of it. Imagine a place where humans are the only living organisms in the universe. All our food would be lab produced, and humanity will have officially removed themselves from nature entirely. That is a depressing reality but is very possible if current trends continue. Ideally humanity should life in a mutualistic relationship with nature. Through holding the survival of other forms of life, humans will remain a part of nature. If limiting air and water pollution succeed, and begin to tilt the other direction, then the rest is not too far out of reach from being fixed.