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Kids,

Hey Kids, how are you. I am writing to you about climate change, and how in, 2019, it’s almost irreversible. Who knows what will have changed by the time you got this. Right now, strikes are happening everywhere to stop climate change, but personally, I think it’s too late. The damage has been done. Over the time you grow up, the same with me, many things are going to change, for good and bad. Do what you want to do, and try to make changes for the best. I’m going to be proud of everything you do.

-Logan

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