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Hospital Sustainability Spending on the Rise

Hospital Sustainability Spending on the Rise

Fifty-four percent of global health care professionals say their hospitals currently incorporate sustainability into purchasing decisions, and 80 percent expect that to be the case in two years, according to a Harris Poll commissioned by Johnson & Johnson. The global findings are similar to those of US health care providers, … Read more »

DuPont: India Confident In Green, Biobased Products

A majority of Indian consumers are familiar with green products, have confidence that green products are better for the environment, and feel that biobased ingredients enhance the desirability of a product, according to a survey by DuPont and TNS Global. The research took place in 12 major Indian cities with … Read more »

Consumers Open to Composting, Don’t Want to Pay Extra

US consumers are open to composting in their homes — but don’t want to pay additional fees to support such services, according to a survey. While 72 percent of Americans do not compost their food waste, 67 percent of these non-composters would be willing to if it were more convenient to … Read more »

Manufacturers Hide Environmental Success

Manufacturers and retailers may be holding back on communicating their sustainability successes to customers, new research suggests. More than three-quarters of industry executives from brand manufacturing and retail have concerns about “greenwashing” backlash and half mentioned a lack of consistency in sustainability measurements. These companies are struggling to find the … Read more »

US Consumers Rank Last for Sustainable Behavior, National Geographic Says

US Consumers Rank Last for Sustainable Behavior, National Geographic Says

Americans rank last compared to the rest of the world in sustainable behavior – as they have every year – and don’t feel guilty about this, according to a National Geographic survey. The annual Greendex report, conducted by the National Geographic Society and research consultancy GlobeScan since 2008, found only … Read more »