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Hey my next generation!!

How are you? I hope you are good and safe.

I don’t know who of you is reading this now, but you may know, I’m a environment and sanitary engineering. I hope I can help nature in many ways, itself.  It’s my job so, I would like to work with water and develop ways to preserve it, instead of wasting, polluting and all kind of stuff we are used to seeing every day. Water is the most important natural source of life. We’re doing this, because the next generations will suffer, if you face problems with water, even in Brazil where have the bigger amount of potable water. We need also to save and maintain the forests, seeding trees instead of removing and devasting it.

It so beautiful to look out, especially in cities, that are all arborized, and coloured, like cherry trees in Japan. I’m sure, if we do our efforts to keep the nature good to live, everybody will be saved in the future, giving a brighter new tomorrow, a better destiny, so the Earth planet will be inhabited by generations, and also by you and your next.

Gilberto Goulart

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