Our general impression of how interested locals are in being "environmentally friendly" across six different states & opposite sides of the USA are polarising.
For one, the above average number of electronic cars & smaller sized cars on the West coast was impressive. The easy access to curb side electric charging stations on main roads is what we think contributes to this excellent statistic.
However, a lack of curb side rubbish bins on the East coast means that there is an overwhelming rubbish problem there - every where we travelled. Is today's climate and safety concerns around the world contributing to the removal of, or shortfall of rubbish bins across the states?
As ocean lovers, living in a community surrounded by beaches we are quite conscious about where loose rubbish ends up where we live. And we wish there were many more electric cars on the road here. But our everlasting efforts to recycle & re-use in the office, at our events & the use of off & online technicalities in order to do our bit for the environment is a part of our every day.
What are you doing in your workplace that is contributing to helping the environment? - 13 minutes ago