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To anyone who may read this,

I’ve learned more about climate change this year than I have ever before. I hope we can all collectively remember our planet and do our part to take care of it. I hope that the government has improved regulations on carbon emissions and began taking steps to move away from fossil fuels. I hope that cars are becoming cleaner and that we’re able to convert to using more renewable energies. I hope the day comes when everyone around the world will finally unanimously agree that climate change exists and I hope that we can work together to make a healthier planet for the future.

Wishing for better days,

Jessica

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