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Writing about our own experiences with any topic can be a difficult task. We have  designed this letter to help you get started. First, remember that we are not asking you to  write an autobiography. This is a  limited  life history. Your goal should be to aim for about  three to five pages. Write about things that feel relevant and significant to you. Second, it might be helpful to think about what you are going to write about before you  commit any of your ideas to paper. Writing a brief outline is a helpful way of doing this.  Here are some questions to get you started: What is your  earliest memory  about global warming/climate change?  I remember when I was in about 8 th  grade or so and the weather kept getting  warmer from previous years one of the teachers talked about global warming as  the cause.  Also on Fox news about how global warming is a scam. My mom is 
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