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To the future,

You might be wondering why didn’t the generations before try to fix our planet? Truth is, we tried. Or at least some of us did. And you might want to sit around blaming the generations before for this mess, that’s not going to help. You have to make your voice herd, whether it takes making a few more “Save the planet” Instagram’s or Facebook pages, or starting peaceful protests, or having people signing petitions. Going around the country trying to get you voice herd.

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