Starting in 2015 I committed my life to sustainability.

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Greetings 2050 earthling,

Starting in 2015 I committed my life to sustainability. From that day forth I made sustainable lifestyle choices any way I could. Although one person’s actions may be small, they can still change the world. I hope I did just that.

P.S. Oh…and if all the coral reefs are completely white and dead by then, here’s a photo of what they looked like in Belize of 2019.

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