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To The World,

The world we live in today is filled with beautiful and elegant nature that is being destroyed day to day from human factors. I envision myself painting a picture perfect place for my kids and grand kids where global warming becomes a taboo subject and clean energy is engulfed into our society. Many countries are suffering from the fate of global warming, especially countries who do the least amount of impact on global warming and it is sad to say that it hasn’t stopped there. Natural disasters have been much more vicious throughout the years rising the death toll and the amount of repairs needed are exceeding the billion dollar bracket which is a very large sum of money that is hard to come by. For my part, I been trying to solve the crisis of global warming and I have been working on an idea that I believe can tackle a main part of the issue, but to get there requires a lot of perseverance and belief and shockingly enough, half of the population won’t even admit that there is such a thing as global warming. I practice certain steps that can help reduce global warming but one person isn’t enough so it is in my part to educate the rest of the people who want a safe future for their kids in how we can reduce global warming together. I look forward to the day where we can enjoy mother nature without having to wear masks to hide away from the greenhouse gasses and be able to run with my children breathing clean air. The youth are the future and the adults must do anything within their ability to make a safe haven for the next generations to be able to survive and thrive in this new day and age.

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