Women are More Environmentally Friendly

According to numerous studies, women in both their attitudes and their actions more green than men. One study showed that women have a greater stake in the management of climate change, because they are “more likely to lose their lives, otherwise, fare worse than men from the extreme heat wave events hurricanes and tsunamis.” According to Synovate an international survey shows that women are more environmentally friendly than men. By the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies published shows that women emit less carbon than men. Daily average 39.3 kg of carbon emitted by men, with women only 32.3 kilograms of carbon emissions.

Here is to make that more women than men environmental research summary.

Business
More environmentally conscious and more according to corporate decision-makers HANSA-GCR women than men. The Center for Women’s Business Research (CWBR) released the “environmental consumerism among women business owners,” a brief called that report the product’s environmental friendliness does have a moderate to significant influence 77 percent of women decision makers buying habits in the enterprise.

Green Attitude
According to Tiller 2010 study, more women than men said they would do a green New Year’s resolutions. Research shows that women are more likely to experience “green guilt,” because polls call than men – 41%, while only 27 percent of men. Therefore, women pay more attention to their green resolution than men (52 percent would be “very likely” to take environmental practice in 2010, rather than 33% of men), following through. Compared to about 41 percent of men cited by 27% of women living as a daily goal of environmental protection, a national survey found. The same study found that women prefer to use reusable shopping bags and women use to reduce household energy use than men.

Buying behavior
Women are more likely than men to buy eco-oriented or recyclable products, according to international studies. This is significant, because studies show that women with at least 75% of home buyers decide.

Recycling
Two-thirds of women is the driving force behind the regular household recycling. According to the survey in 2009. Women also do most of the housework, so most of the recovery.

Response to environmental advertising
According to the 2009 report, State of World Population, women are more active in environmental advocacy respond.

Eco Fashion
Women buy more environmentally conscious fashion design than men. Eco-fashion movement big in women’s clothing. Women’s clothes are smaller and require fewer resources.

Meat
Women consume less meat and processed foods than men. According to two European studies – two categories of food, especially resource-intensive. Women eat more fruits and vegetables, it uses less land, water and carbon dioxide.

Travel
Men drive and fly longer distances for their jobs, the European research shows. Women use more public transport, which reduce their carbon footprint.

Gas energy
Aggressive driving by on the highway 33% reduction in fuel consumption, said the United States Department of Energy and studies have repeatedly shown that women drive slower than men, are less likely to speed than men.