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Nicolas Multon

Nicolas wrote that, “As a young person, I think it’s more than necessary to understand what world we are living or growing up in. In our First World countries, we do not see the reality of the course of events, blinded by our luxurious lifestyles. Meanwhile, when we see these pictures of pollution and destroyed landscapes, we can start to understand just how bad our impact is and start reacting to limit it on nature. Therefore, I support you in trying to reach out to the most possible in order to raise awareness, and only than can we start changing our destructive habits into sustainable ones.” He pledged: “I pledge on spreading the word on to my entourage and my facebook page, in order to raise the word and hope that others will do so as well.”

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