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Über 75% der Erwachsenen grüner im Vergleich zu vor einem Jahrzehnt – Umfrage

More than three quarters of Brits claim they are greener than they were 10 Jahre zuvor.

Eine Umfrage unter 2,000 adults found 61% believe they have a responsibility to live a sustainable lifestyle, während 58% see being environmentally conscious as a ‘badge of honour’.

Households today live much greener lives compared to 10 Jahre zuvor

Households today live much greener lives compared to 10 Jahre zuvorAnerkennung: Getty

Eigentlich, the average adult claims to be 29% greener than they were 10 Jahre zuvor, as they make more sustainable choices than ever before.

Jetzt, the average person typically carries out 369 eco-friendly acts a year – more than one per day – compared to just 286 a year a decade ago.

Es ist auch aufgetaucht 52% believe it is no longer socially acceptable to turn a blind eye to environmentally issues.

Und 54% would be embarrassed to be seen as Leben unsustainably.

Nearly two thirds (62%) feel they have a better understanding of how to lead an eco-friendly lifestyle than ever before.

A quarter credit sozialen Medien for motivating them to make a difference, während 27% claim campaign groups such as Extinction Rebellion have convinced them to change their habits.

Recycling, eating less meat and avoiding single-use plastics are among the most common eco-friendly acts carried out today, mit 55% proud to ‘do their bit’.

jedoch, the research commissioned by Trainline, identified a limited understanding of which eco-friendly acts have the biggest impact on the environment.

Gerade 17% of believe swapping one long-distance car or plane journey for train travel would have a significant positive impact on the environment.

Während 53% are not aware cars have a higher carbon footprint than trains, und 60% didn’t know travelling by plane can emit seven times more CO2 per passenger kilometre than by train.

Als Ergebnis, nur 19% are currently making efforts to travel by train more often in a bid to save the planet, and just a quarter plan to cut down on non-essential Reise in the next 10 Jahre.

Mike Hyde, chief data officer at Trainline, sagte: “It is fantastic to see that the UK is motivated to take responsibility for improving the environment and this has led to a wide range of lifestyle changes to live more sustainably.

"Jedoch, we were shocked so many people are unaware of how beneficial swapping just one long-distance car or plane journey to train would be to the planet.”

Die Studium, carried out through OnePoll, auch gefunden 37% said providing a better future for the next generation is their biggest motivator for living a more sustainable and environmentally friendly lifestyle.

And Gen-Z are most likely to be vocal about their desire to protect the environment, mit 79% having conversations with friends and family to try to help them to live more sustainably.

Aber 21% of 18-34-year-olds believe living sustainably is the most important factor in their lifestyle – equal to how much money they have in the bank.

Und 41% claim they would ‘happily’ pay more for their clothes and food to be sustainably sourced.

It comes after a separate study of 2,500 Erwachsene, by Trainline, gefunden 66% of 18–30-year-olds have changed their lifestyle to reduce their impact on climate in the past year alone.

Während 49% have switched to travelling by train instead of another mode of transport at least once during the past 12 Monate, to reduce their carbon footprint of their journey.

Mike Hyde added: “We know that taking the train instead of driving creates 70% less CO2 on average.

Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt

We want to raise awareness of the impact your travel choices can have on the environment and ensure that we make train travel as easy and accessible as possible, with the aim of encouraging more people to travel by rail.”

10 ‘Green Actspeople are doing to live sustainably

  • Recycle – 52 Prozent (vs 34 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Take reusable bags shopping – 47 Prozent (vs 22 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Put on extra layers instead of turning on the heating – 41 Prozent (vs 20 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Reusable water bottles – 39 Prozent (vs 16 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Use colder washing cycles – 35 Prozent (vs 12 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Eat less meat – 32 Prozent (vs 13 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Cut down on non-essential travel – 31 Prozent (vs 13 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Avoid using single-use plastics – 30 Prozent (vs 12 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Take fewer flights – 24 Prozent (vs 11 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)
  • Travel by train more often – 19 Prozent (vs 10 Prozent 10 Jahre zuvor)