Four out of five Americans now believe A recent poll from AP-GFK poll on climate values reveals that four in five Americans believe that “climate change will be a serious problem for the United States if nothing is done about it.” And that’s not all! The poll also found that 57% of Americans think [...]Read more ›
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Many Canadians living in the country’s most populous province are avid recyclers. But a new study suggests that the disposal of single-use batteries aren’t top of mind for Ontario households. The research was conducted by Environics Research Group for Stewardship Ontario. The private, not-for-profit company runs then province’s Orange Drop [...]Read more ›
A new survey suggests Americans are becoming more environmentally-conscious and aware of the types of products that they’re purchasing. The research, commissioned by automaker Ford, reveals that 82 percent of Americans pay more up-front for green products. And 70 percent of Americans say they’ve changed their driving habits to get [...]Read more ›
Knowing how much consumers care about the environment is important since their purchases can make a difference for our planet. An added benefit is that data can give valuable insight into whether consumers have an interest in purchasing sustainable products which, in turn, ensures that brands and companies will continue [...]Read more ›