Anyway, going green is not as hard as it seems. There are many things we can do to go green in our daily lives. One thing we can do is just pick up after ourselves. At home, work, play, school, Church, event, or whatever. We can do so whenever, and wherever, too!
If we all were to take responsibility for doing so on a daily basis, sure some garbage collector might lose a job, but less energy expended by that entity that runs the venue or building or facility is helping the planet, and ourselves out in the long run. In doing so, we can "lower our carbon footprint", -right? If they use less energy in doing so, that means that another entity or person that needs that energy can do so easier. Or, we become more energy efficient or energy independent, right? So it pays to pick up after yourself or to chip in to do so after your event, meeting, etc. has finished. Something our parents have been harping on us for generations, I'd bet! So what's old, -is new again!
If you do not have an opportunity to do such, then you live in a cleaner world then most; -or, you need to find an opportunity to do so. Local Churches, Schools, Shelters, Soup-Kitchens, etc. are the obvious choice to offer one's services to help clean-up. Then there are Cities, Counties, States and Countries that can also provide opportunities to clean-up, or pitch in.
If you would like to post your organization's offering of an opportunity to be of service to one's community, and to thus "Go Green!", then please feel free to do so within this blog.