New Dynata Global Consumer Trends Report Reveals that the Leader of the Green Economy Will Lead the World
"Global Consumer Trends: The Green Economy" shows high levels of consumer enthusiasm for green energy, matched by the expectation that governments will lead in creating the Green Economy
DALLAS, April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynata, the world's largest first part data and insights platform, today released Global Consumer Trends: The Green Economy, a global look at emerging economy surrounding green energy and sustainability. The report, part of Dynata's ongoing Global Consumer Trends research series, also revealed that nearly half of consumers worldwide believe that whoever leads the Green Economy will lead the world.
Using responses more than 11,000 consumers in 11 countries, Dynata's Global Consumer Trends: The Green Economy sought to uncover attitudes and behaviors toward the Green Economy. At a global level, key findings on the Green Economy include:
Looking closer at electric/hybrid/fuel-efficient vehicle-related findings:
"Climate change is the single biggest issue of our age and now is the time to focus on sustainable, circular and economically viable business models that benefit the planet, nations, communities and individuals," said Tom Bird, President, Bureau of International Recycling. "This report highlights just how ready people are when it comes to making greener choices and, more crucially, what will drive – or stop – them making them. The Bureau of International Recycling knows how important transparency is, as we look to share the work recyclers do with the communities that they serve and the positive impact that recycling has on climate change. We support businesses in all their efforts to help educate the general public in order to make green decisions easy ones."
To access a copy of the Global Consumer Trends: The Green Economy report, visit Dynata's Global Consumer Trends hub at www.dynata.com/resources/dynata-global-trends-report.
Global Consumer Trends: The Green Economy Research Methodology