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Keen to be green

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According to Continental/KNOTS Research 88% of Brits switch off unused lights, 86% recycle waste, 72% use energy efficient light bulbs and 67% don’t leave electrical appliances on standby; 77% of Brits still feel guilty about not doing enough environmentally friendly activities.

Keen to be green
According to Continental/KNOTS Research 88% of Brits switch off unused lights, 86% recycle waste, 72% use energy efficient light bulbs and 67% don’t leave electrical appliances on standby; 77% of Brits still feel guilty about not doing enough environmentally friendly activities.

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Nearly 40 Percent Say They Are Environmentally Concerned. More than One-Third Prepared to Pay More for Green Hotels and Flights.

Beyond Packaging: Food Waste in the Home
Three quarters (77%) of British shoppers feel guilty about the food waste they produce, and 43% see better food planning as a way to reduce this. This was ahead of better use of resealable packaging (29%), smaller portion sizes (27%), a longer shelf life (23%), temperature sensitive labels (19%) and more advice on how to tell if food is still safe to eat (18%).

What Assures Consumers?
http://www.accountability21.net/uploadstore/cms/docs/What%20Assures%20consumers.pdf

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