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To future generations,

I have hope that our planet will still be a beautiful and incredible place in the future. We have gone through many ups and downs. People in the past and present have forgotten to take care of our planet and have made many mistakes. My hope is to have a more educated and caring society. What we do these next few years is crucial in determining what our future will be like. I promise I will do my part of taking care of our incredible planet and raise awareness for others to protect it. I have faith in our society and I truly believe that we will succeed.

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