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To the future generation,

I want you to know that climate change is and will always pose a threat to us humans. Currently there are many people who back the claims that our planets temperature keeps rising and the earths systems — its ability to replenish and store the necessary nutrients needed for us to survive — are by our own doing threatened. Our oceans for one, have become polluted with so much waste, which as our populations increase will only continue to accumulate. I amongst many have decided to focus my life career-path in helping the cause, with environmental issues at the heart of it and you the future in the mind. My promise to you is that you will get to enjoy what natural beauty is currently here, that you won’t have to worry about going to bed hungry, that we including our Earth will all be treated equal and that the world will be in a much happier state.

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