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My message: Leave behind a better Earth for future generations

Dear future president, As I am sure you already know our country is going through some serious environmental issues. These issues cannot be ignored if we want to leave behind a better earth for future generations. One imperative issue that we must address is the rapid decline of bees. Because of Colony Collapse Disorder and…
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Ruth Hall

November 8, 2016

Dear future president,

As I am sure you already know our country is going through some serious environmental issues. These issues cannot be ignored if we want to leave behind a better earth for future generations.

One imperative issue that we must address is the rapid decline of bees. Because of Colony Collapse Disorder and the harsh chemicals used by farmers, bee rates go down more and more each day. There are not enough people who are informed on these issue or who understand just how big of an influence bees have on our lives.

Considering that bees are responsible for pollinating about one-third of our food, we truly need them to survive and sustain a healthy lifestyle.

Please help educate the citizens of our country about humanities impact on bees and the severity of the dying of nature’s tiny helpers. In order to make a difference please help ban the chemicals that kill bees constantly.

Sincerely,

Ruthie Hall

CHAMPS Charter High School

North Hollywood, Calif.

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