In your green report, we start in Oregon.
Japanese environmentalists concerned about marine debris scattered across the Pacific by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami came to Lincoln city. They are coordinating with residents to help clean up Oregon beaches. Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes welcomed the Japanese group.
Meanwhile in Virginia, John Kerry made his first major public address as Secretary of State discussing his concerns on climate change.
In Washington D.C., environmentalists and climate activists came together for the "Forward On The Climate" march and rally on the National Mall. They spoke out against the cross-country Keystone XL oil pipeline project and political inaction on climate change.
Finally in Texas, there's a new, environmentally friendly technology changing how beer is brewed. Franconia Brewery in McKinney began using green energy from a system that can alternate between renewable sources. It's a priority they're using to pay it forward - giving a whole new meaning - to green beer.