I became an activist to be part of a force to save the natural world and go 100% clean energy.

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To my grandchildren’s children,

I became an activist to be part of a force to save the natural world and go 100% clean energy.  Maybe I’ll live to 2046 and see for myself. I hope we haven’t left you in a wasteland of pollution and you are thriving. Please know I loved you and tried my best. May all your dreams come true.

I worry quite a lot about climate change.  I reuse, repurpose, recycle & live a simple life. There are NO REASONS to not be responsible. I sign, donate & tweet to reach out.

I plan to be a part of a transformation of society, where compassion and empathy become the norm. I think we can all live simply, make friends and find a purpose. There is nothing you can’t do if you give it your best shot everyday.

Gramma in 2016

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