Giving a helping hand
In today’s society, “going green” has ultimately become the latest and greatest fad sweeping the nation; from recyclable grocery bags to vegetable oil being used as gasoline replacement, our society is slowly coming together to accommodate our environment. As we have seen in the last decade our world’s lack of natural resources and pollution problems have become a huge ordeal. Having to find alternatives from gasoline, for example, could potentially help our economic recession and pollution problem in just one simple change. Doug Fine is one of the many brave and dedicated Americans who decided to go green and attempt to make our earth a healthier place to live. Overall, going green could potentially cleanse all our worries away, all there is to do now is get our communities on to jump on the bandwagon and make our dream a reality. Going green is not only a fashionable trend to some people in today’s society, it has evolved into an everyday lifestyle. In the United States alone, communities all over the country have enforced recycling by supplying trashcans and bins. More and more of the population use the recyclable grocery bags to decrease the use of plastic and paper bags that are polluting our air while being produced. Advertisements for going green can be seen in any grocery store, commercial, magazine, and now on the campuses of Universities. Students come across several clubs and organizations everyday on campus bribing them with food or free gifts so they will
consider joining their club. If you want to get the students actively involved you must offer them better incentives. For example- tuition deductions, free meals, t-shirts, or discount a discount on books. At the University of Texas at San Antonio, recycling and going green can be seen in many different forms. Recycling bins are given to every on campus dorm room and spread out throughout the university in classrooms. The school also encourages students to send...
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