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Emma Elwin

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One Small Person Can Do a Lot

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by Emma Elwin on 15 August, 2017

One day in France when I was surfing, André and Dylan spent some time at the beach. Every now and then I looked over at them, and I thought that they where collecting seashells. They where not. The hour I surfed Dylan collected all this plastic lying in the sand and put it in this bottle. This bottle makes me both hopeful and sad. Sad, because adults around the world don’t know that by throwing trash in nature or in the oceans they are destroying the environment; hopeful, because I hope that the next generation won’t make the same mistakes we did. And I think we should all do our best to help our kids, and ourselves, to create a better future for all.


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