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Dear Tomorrow’s People!

Hi there!!

How much glacier/rain forest/fresh water do you have left? If there is not much left, I hope the rich and powerful people will one day come to sense that, earnings can be unlimited but there is only one Earth. Is it really worth it to destroy Earth for something that only we humans take value in?

Dear Fossil Fuel MNCs,

How much money do you wish to have and when will you ever learn to stop?  Please tell me that all types of fossil fuels have been phased out by now and we are powered by renewable energies only. You have already earn so much from fossil fuel, please invest a tiny bits of it on R&D.

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