One of my impressions from this trip to Guam is that there seems to be a new push to clean things up and a move toward making the island more environmentally sustainable. There is less litter. The abandoned boonie cars which were an eye sore along most of the roads have all been eliminated. I have not seen a single one. There are more solar panels springing up -- and as pictured, even some wind generation to supplement the solar. Buildings are getting painted and there are new facades.
But there are limits to the health and sustainability movement -- as you'll see if you look closely at the Christmas Tree in the Micronesia Mall Pay-Less grocery store.