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Future generations,

I hope you will never have to experience the stress as a country and a person. Climate change is turning in to a political debate, when it is our duty as a human race to preserve this planet, as it is the only planet we have. People now are more focused on their own image, when at the end of day, its is by our group effort we can end this crisis. Don’t make our mistake, throw away your personal agenda and look for the best for everyone.

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