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To Future Generations,

To future generations all over the world I hope you fix the mistakes of previous generations. If you are reading this after 135 months since I wrote this letter and they haven’t found a solution to reducing greenhouse gases, then it’s not good. I have hope that this generation will be able to cut back and reduce the effects of our lifestyle on the environment.

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