家族は週に3回グリーン問題について議論します, 研究は明らかに

家族は、ライトをつけたままにするなどの緑の問題について、週に3回議論します, テレビの電源を切ったり、ゴミ箱にゴミを入れたりしないでください, 研究は明らかに

  • Research shows rows about how to make the home eco-friendly are common
  • Spats caused by leaving lights on, using wrong bin and taking too long showers
  • One-third of adults say they’ve been ‘green-shamedby their kids or partner
  • Study author said it was ‘encouragingto see debates being had about the planet
  • Families argue three times a week over ‘greenissues – such as leaving the lights on, forgetting to switch the TV off and using the wrong bin.

    A study of 2,000 フェロー人は平均して, commissioned by the British International Education Association (BIEA), found that rows about putting too much water in the kettle and taking long showers are also common.

    More than three in ten adults also say they have been ‘green-shamedby their children or partner and accused of not being eco-friendly enough.

    Pre-rinsing dishes before putting them in the dishwasher is a common bugbear (ファイル画像)

    Pre-rinsing dishes before putting them in the dishwasher is a common bugbear (ファイル画像)

    Chen Sun, from the BIEA, said it was ‘encouragingto see open discussions about sustainability and saving the planet.

    The research also found two fifths of adults argue with their partner about environmental issues, 一方 13 per cent will debate with their children.

    そして 15 per cent of those with kids admitted their youngsters are more passionate about the environment than their grandparents, 友達, and work colleagues.

    だが 30 per cent felt guilty about how little they do to help the environmentwith affordability being the biggest reason.

    Almost one-third of adults feel guilty about how little they do to aid the environment: 研究

    Almost one-third of adults feel guilty about how little they do to aid the environment: 研究

    Lack of time, confusion over what actions to take and, struggling to give up common habits, also means many struggle to be eco-friendly.

    結果として, a quarter of parents have been told off by their children for doing something which is bad for the environment, such as eating meat and dairy, travelling by plane to go abroad, and using soap in a plastic bottle.

    しかしながら, 58 per cent are seeking advice to better their actions.

    Chen Sun added: ‘Despite adults feeling guilty, it is great to see them trying to improve their everyday habits and take inspiration from those closest to them.

    上 25 ‘Greenspats

    1. Leaving the lights on when you leave the room
    2. Leaving the TV one when no one is watching
    3. Leaving the plug socket on when not in use
    4. Putting things in the wrong recycling bin
    5. Over-boiling or over-filling the kettle
    6. Taking longer showers
    7. Leaving devices on at night
    8. Leaving the fridge door open
    9. Leaving the tap running while brushing your teeth
    10. Buying clothes you never wear
    11. Washing clothes all the time
    12. Using plastic shopping bags instead of reusable ones
    13. Only half filling the washing machine or dishwasher before starting it
    14. Buying things that use more plasticlike multi-packs of crisps over a big sharing bag
    15. Buying lunch at work instead of making it at home
    16. Pre-rinsing dishes when using a dishwasher
    17. Keeping the heating on overnight
    18. Leaving the car engine running unnecessarily
    19. Using a car to travel everywhere
    20. Using dishwashers instead of handwashing
    21. Using single-use wipes instead of reusable washcloths
    22. Using bar soaps instead of liquid bottles
    23. Using paper towels instead of cloths
    24. Buying new toys for kids instead of second-hand
    25. Eating dairy
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