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    go green, eat green, get around green, etc.

    I am writing a composition with "Striving to Go Green" as subject. I think we can do simple things in our daily lives to help green our environment. I wonder whether it is correct to say 'eat green', 'drive green', and 'get around green'. Thank you very much.

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    Re: go green, eat green, get around green, etc.

    Those could work as slogans.

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