to the people who will one day live in our house,

I don't know your names, but one day you will see ours on the deeds. When we lived here (from 1979 onwards) there were many beautiful trees, there weren't baking hot summers of drought followed by torrential rains in autumn. The seasons and view were predictable and lovely. But things are changing summer ground is 'as hard as iron', autumn ground is muddy and puddly. There is a deadline for tackling the climate crisis and now, mid-November 2022, I don't see how we can meet it. Those with relevant authority to make the right decisions continue to put profit before people before planet. They don't have a good plan B. There is no Planet B - this is it and our world continues to be trashed. Sorry, I can only say be careful, be afraid. Be very afraid.

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