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To my children,

I hope you are doing well and that the future world is in a much better state than it is now. I am writing to you as a college student at the University of Vermont. I’m currently a freshman, and I’ve been here for just over a month now. UVM puts a great focus on climate issues and ensuring a brighter future for ourselves and our future generations. This is something I had not thought a lot about before coming here and now see is a much more significant issue than I previously thought. People need to make serious changes, and soon if we want to see progress in how the world is functioning. I hope for all of our sakes, and your future children, that by the time you are reading this, we have made some progress. I wish you the best of luck, and you see much success in your future.

 

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