Published on January 27th, 2014 | by admin
The Post Office Shop has commissioned a survey exploring the green habits of Britons at home and at work. Do feel free to share our findings.
Q1: If your employer has an environmental policy in place, how effectively is it communicated internally to employees?
Findings: Less than 50% of Britons feel their employer adequately conveys their environmental policy
Q2: Which statements do you believe most represents your employer’s reasons for engaging in eco-friendly activity?
Findings: Almost half of respondents believe their employer is genuinely committed to reduce their environmental impact
Q3: Do you feel your employer does enough to reduce their environmental impact? E.g. recycling, energy saving?
Findings: 59% think their employer could do more to go green
Q 4: Do you have an interest in your employer’s efforts to reduce their environmental impact?
Findings: Only 14% of people don’t place any importance on their employer’s green efforts
Q5: Do you feel that high-street brands do enough to reduce their environmental impact?
Findings: Only 15% of Brits believe high street brands are doing enough to reduce their impact on the environment
Q6: Do you take an active role in contributing to eco-friendly efforts in your workplace? E.g. recycling, car-sharing etc.
Findings: 57% contribute to eco-friendly efforts at work as well as at home
Q7: Are you more likely to engage with a company that is eco-friendly? i.e. purchasing their product or service
Findings: A fifth of the population say a company’s eco-friendliness is their main priority when they choose where to shop
Q8: UK businesses are affected by legislation around eco-friendliness. Which statement best describes your attitude to this?
Findings: Only a quarter of respondents believe legislation will encourage more ethical environmental practices
Q9: How do you feel UK industry is placed compared to the rest of the world in environmental responsibility and activity?
Findings: Only one in five consider the UK as a leading force in world environmental responsibility