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To My Grandchildren,

Hey, I hope that you are a thing and that the world didn’t end before you could exist. The world now is split and not doing everything they can to stop climate change. I promise to cut down my energy consumption and waste output so that one day I can see you come to this world and live through it with out worry of climate change destroying the planet in your lifetime.

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