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Dylan Jefferiss's Letter
Letters to tomorrow
High Cross Primary School
High Cross Drive
27th June 2023
Dear’ Letters to tomorrow’
I am Dylan and I am 9 years old from High Cross Primary School in Newport. I'm the next generation. I’m also determined to save the world and stop climate change.
Trees are vital. You might ask why because trees give us oxygen to keep us alive. Trees also soak up the exile rain.
Plastic is not fantastic plastic is probably the worst material of them all because 32% of plastic ends up in the environment and only 2% is recycled usefully and 14% is burned which is really bad because it releases carbon dioxide.
We need to take action now by recycling everything we can to stop cutting down trees.
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