Who knows what the future would look like? or what will happened in the future? No one knows right? That’s why it it’s scary because we don’t know what lies ahead. We couldn’t stop the future but we can always change it.

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To all the people here on earth,

Who knows what the future would look like? or what will happened in the future? No one knows right? That’s why it it’s scary because we don’t know what lies ahead. We couldn’t stop the future but we can always change it. As I observe the world, I can see that the climate change or global warming is one of the most dangerous problems that we are facing, but it is also the biggest problem that is ignored by so many people, a lot of people aren’t aware of this problem and it’s possible outcome, why? because it is being ignored, it’s very saddening that the media and the whole world are prioritising the viral news or the new songs that is produced by a famous artist, promoting the boy bands but does it contribute in eliminating the climate change? I hope that the climate change should be PRIORITISED FIRST because this is the biggest problem that we are facing yet being ignored for several times, some people say it’s rubbish, we are accountable for climate change so we should learn to fix our mistakes. Let us not wait for a bigger consequences of our own actions. TAKE BOLD CLIMATE ACTION NOW! BECAUSE IF NOT NOW THEN WHEN? 

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