In a sense yes, because they do not use significant amounts of electricity (since they do not have electronics, appliances, or homes that need to be heated or cooled down) and water (for showering, cooking, cleaning, etc.).
Furthermore, they do not own or drive a car and eat little food (which takes resources to grow and process.)
The little bit of resources they do use is composed of their clothing, whatever other possessions they may have, and the food they eat, so in a sense yes, homeless people live a green lifestyle.
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