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To my lovely children,

It is the year 2017 and we have been experiencing some major environmental changes that are of great concern. These changes have caused the destruction of natural habitats and many animal species are in danger. Some countries have also suffered from natural disasters, leaving many people helpless and homeless. To this day, many people are still in denial when it comes to accepting the fact that global warming is happening and climate change will continue to occur unless we unite and do something about it. I am doing as much as I can for you guys to grow up in a green world full of fresh air in which you guys can continue to enjoy this beautiful planet. I hope that when you children are older, you will continue to promote awareness and do your part to save the earth.

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