When the future of the forest looks like this

I am a bit worried.

That is why I am putting my faith in the future.

I believe in the idea of a truly sustainable future, one that is not going to be dictated by one person or company or the political class.

And it seems clear that we will have to move beyond the idea that the future is going to look something like this.

This is the future we have in our hands.

If we want to move toward a truly green future, the first step is to look at the forest.

What will be left behind when we leave it behind?

We must take a look at our forest.

The idea of the land is a great one.

It’s a sacred place, and when we walk on the land, we are reminded of that sacredness.

But it is also a place that we must protect.

When we walk through the forest, we can feel the sacredness of our own place in the world, and we must not let that place be forgotten.

When the forest is a place of wonder and beauty, and people visit it for recreation and enjoyment, it is not a place where we lose our way or lose our ways of seeing.

We need to be able to feel our own connection to the land.

In the midst of the devastation of the last few decades, there has been a renewed interest in protecting and conserving the forest as a place to be.

But as we enter this new era, I want to make it clear that the forest must not be overlooked.

The Forest Stewardship Council has been working to protect our land, our water, our air, and our air quality.

The United States Forest Service has a long history of working to preserve and protect our lands and waters.

In the face of the rapid increase in oil and gas extraction and the impact of climate change, the United States is taking a more proactive role in our environment and protecting the health of our communities.

This has included work to conserve water and manage forests to reduce air pollution.

We have also made some important decisions to protect and restore our natural resources.

For example, the federal government has announced new conservation priorities to protect the air and our forests from harmful pollutants, and has made significant progress in reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

In addition, the Environmental Protection Agency has taken some steps to protect drinking water from toxic chemicals, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued a new rule to protect waterways from toxic substances.

I am proud of our leadership on the environment, and I am committed to working with all of you to make sure that our lands, waters, and air are truly a place for our children, our grandchildren, and all future generations.

The President’s vision for the future must include the forest and our natural environment.

The president’s recent announcement on climate change will help to make this a reality.

It is important to recognize that climate change is a real, urgent problem, one the president will have no doubt addressed during his presidency.

He has committed to taking steps to address it, and this includes making the Clean Power Plan, the centerpiece of his Climate Action Plan, fully enforceable.

It will also require states to make their own plans to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gas and carbon dioxide.

The goal is clear: We are going to reduce our carbon footprint and create a sustainable, clean future.

The next president will need to also take action to reduce carbon emissions and reduce the impact on our environment.

But if we are serious about meeting the climate challenge, we must also recognize that our climate and energy systems are already changing.

Our energy sources are not stable.

Our water is changing.

And we are facing the potential for more extreme weather.

We are facing an increasing number of extreme weather events.

The average temperature for the past 30 years is rising, with record highs and record lows.

The extreme weather that we are seeing now is not unusual.

It is a reflection of the changing climate.

But the fact is, we have not yet reached the point where we can safely ignore the threat of extreme events.

There are too many things that we do not know about how extreme events may play out, how quickly they may occur, and how to respond.

We must also take steps to help protect ourselves from these kinds of events, and help reduce their impact on the climate and the health and safety of people.

It should not be a surprise that there are challenges to our ability to safely manage these extreme weather, as it is one of the key ways we ensure that we have a stable energy system and a resilient economy.

But we must remember that our environment is our most precious resource.

We should take every measure to protect it and keep it in our sights, and as we continue to improve our air and water quality, our forests will be one of our strongest assets.

We can protect our forests with a commitment to the health, well-being, and safety for our people and our environment, but we must do so in a way that preserves and protects the