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To the Future Generations of Planet Earth,

The planet and environment is in a process of decay started by humans, which is something many of us are aware of and whole heartedly believe. I have always known the dangers that face the planet but only recently discovered the complexity and systemic problems that push the problem further. I don’t know if anything has or will get better, but my hopes for the future is that everyone begins taking the opportunities in front of us to save the planet, our home.

One of my biggest hopes is that the human race continues to evolve and create, but that we begin doing so while being cognizant of any and all repercussions. I hope that people can realize for every action there is a reaction and that just because something is helpful or good in one aspect doesn’t mean it is the best solution. The world needs to be better in order to provide a future for our planet and the beings living amongst it.

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