In 2050, I will still be fighting against climate change. I feel that it’s not only my duty, but rather my destiny.

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To you, my dear!

You want to know how I became an environmentalist? Well I’m still not, but I hope that one day when I finish my degree in Geosciences, I will have the great honor to be called one.

I forever dedicate my green-awareness to the great Clair Patterson.What he did for the humanity was simply heroic. That is how I decided to study geosciences, dreaming that one day I could find a way to make Earth a better place for you to live in. I hope that now that you are reading my letter, all my dreams have become reality. I don’t want to think about it in any other way.

Now, my dear, I’m just going to give one last piece of advice: Dream big. I’m at the crossroad in my life now that I’m writing this letter. I don’t know where the path I’ve chosen will lead me, but one thing is for sure: In 2050, I will still be fighting against climate change. I feel that it’s not only my duty, but rather my destiny.

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