Women are the ‘greener’ of the sexes’, finds Australian studyNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:29 am ICT by admin
The analysis of the poll found 36 per cent of women actively looked for environmentally sensitive purchases, as compared to 29 per cent of men, reports News.comau.
It was also found that for protecting the environment women choose white goods, groceries and electronics.
The survey found that women in Queensland actively reduced household consumption, using grey water and choosing environmentally friendly cleaners.
But only 32 per cent of Queenslanders used green bags, compared to 40 per cent nationally. (ANI)
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