In the diving world, Chuuk Lagoon is considered the gold standard of wreck diving. During World War II, Chuuk was the base of operations for the Japanese military. They fortified the island with bunkers and armaments that still litter the island. The deep, natural harbors also served well as the holding area for the Japanese Navy.
Our carbon footprint can leave a heavy mark on Earth, but many Guam residents and local businesses have shown efforts to make the tread lighter by finding ways of going green. Guam households can even stay out of the red by going green.