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To my future grandchildren,

I just want to start off by saying this: I’m so sorry.

It’s 2019 now and we’re trying our best to right the wrongs of our grandparent’s generation. As of November 25th, greenhouse gas emissions are at it’s highest. The Amazon rainforest is on fire. Venice, Italy is underwater. Koalas are almost extinct. By the time you read this, there will be even more consequences than what we could have predicted.

Please know there are people out here right now championing your future. I’m going to fight for your future. I can only hope you do the same for your grandchildren.

Remember your values. Remember to be kind. Even if there’s nothing else on this planet, kindness will see itself through.

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