...that we all deserve a clean planet.
- 76% of respondents agree, "People have a right to clean air and water."
- 70% agree, "We have a moral duty to leave the earth in as good or better shape than we found it."
- 65% agree, "Working to try to prevent environmental damage for the future is really part of being a good parent."
…there’s a big problem happening with our environment.
- 65% said they agree that global warming, or climate change, is occurring and it is primarily caused by human activity.
…everyone bears responsibility for fixing environmental problems.
- 88% agree the average person should be taking concrete steps to reduce his or her environmental impact.
- 78% said they feel at least moderately responsible to change daily purchase habits and practices to positively impact the environment.
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