Each year we carry out a survey of 2000 people across Britain, to learn more about people’s attitudes towards sustainability - and this year’s results are in!
It’s been a difficult year to say the least, and putting sustainability at the heart of our recovery has been a big piece of news emerging over the last few months. With that in mind, it’s been particularly interesting to read this year’s results.
The big piece of good news from the survey is more than three quarters (78%) of people asked are committed to reducing their environmental impact where possible.
That being said, 8 out of 10 people felt they could do more.
Here are some sneak previews from the report…
Which of the following choices have you made in the past 12 months?
And when looking at what may be preventing people from living more sustainably, one of the notable results was cost...
As a result, one of Pure Planet’s co-founders
“we are all human and we are all imperfect. But making things easier would make a big difference: making the sustainable choice the default choice.”
We’d love to hear your reaction, and thoughts on what you’ve found has helped you live more sustainably.
You may also be interested in: We’ve saved 1 million tonnes of CO2! Special spotlight on Pure Planet Community members to celebrate