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  • Writer's pictureSayjal jain

It's the year 2070!

Ladies and gentlemen, dear guests from the future,

In the year 2070, it might seem like a distant memory, but I want to take you on a journey back in time, to the year 2021. It was a year of great uncertainty, fear, and change. A year when the world began to come face to face with one of the greatest challenges of our times.

Climate change.

It was not a new concept back then, but it felt far away, something that we could fix maybe next year, or the year after. But it wasn't until the heatwaves, floods, and wildfires swept across different parts of the world that we finally woke up to the severity of the issue.

I still remember the day when I saw the polar ice caps melting on the news, and I knew that our world was changing forever. But change wasn't easy. It meant that we had to make sacrifices, and it meant that we had to make a concerted effort to combat climate change. It meant that we had to come together as a global community and take action.

Over the years, we began to see the impact of our actions. We invested heavily in renewable energy, and we drastically cut down on emissions. The world shifted towards more sustainable practices, and we started to see the difference. By 2050, we had managed to limit the global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

But we knew that we couldn't afford to stop there. There was still so much more to be done. The oceans were still rising, and extreme weather events were still happening. We had to keep pushing forward, and we had to do it together.

As we look back from 2070, we can clearly see the difference that we made. Our children and grandchildren inherited a world that was still beautiful, still full of life, and still worth fighting for. We managed to create a world where renewable energy was the norm, where sustainability was at the heart of everything we did.

And we did it because we realized that the earth was not just something that we inherited from our parents. We borrowed it from our children.

Thank you for joining me on this trip down memory lane. It is one that we must never forget, for the sake of our future generations.

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