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To the future generations,

Where the world has gone and what it has become is a very scary place. All of the past generations have somehow found a way to ruin this earth every single day. It has come to the point to where we might not be able to tell you what to do to save the earth. First, you can start off with the topic of pollution from cars. Pollution comes from many different places not just cars, but cars are an easy example. We can stop driving as much and use other ways of transportation like train or bike. Also for people that need to use their cars you can switch to the route of using an electric car. If a few people did that in each city, that would impact the earth in a huge way.

Another way to change for the future is to be conscious of where everything is going. We have a big ocean around the world and is used by so many. We need to take better care of this ocean than just treating it bad. All of the trash that we throw on the floor ends up in the oceans. Also people who are overfishing or even killing sharks is not going to help. That is ruining the food chain in the ocean and will not help it to grow. After that being said the future, do not mess it up like we did.

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