Uk on line dating eco
32% of singles find unnecessarily wasting food a dealbreaker, so instead of trying to impress them by ordering a shedload of takeaway dishes during Netflix and chill, why not just get what you’ll eat?
Make sure your house is set up for recycling before they come round, because 37% of people find it irritating when their date doesn’t recycle, and it’s a dealbreaker for 17%.
58% of singles say that caring about the environment is an attractive quality, and 91% of those questioned considered themselves an environmentally friendly person.
Littering – 81% Unnecessarily wasting food – 54% Leaving the lights on – 54% Not recycling – 37% Driving places you can walk to – 20% Brushing teeth with tap on – 18% Driving a gas-guzzling car – 18% Taking really long showers – 15% Always drinking bottled water – 14% Eating meat at every meal – 10% So, consider that before you leave your empty tinny in the park in front of your date.
‘I would like to reuse all of my emotional baggage in a new relationship’? (Obviously don’t do this.) Writing ‘organic’ got users 56% more messages, so harp on about your love for organic coffee/clothing/skincare and impress your future bae/s.
Picking up litter – 64% Recycling – 58% Shopping at local farmers’ market – 58% Gardening – 54% Being energy efficient at home – 54% Planting a tree – 47% Using reusable grocery bags – 44% Using reusable water bottles – 31% Wearing used items or clothing – 23% Composting – 20% Driving an electric car – 7.9% Being a vegetarian – 7.6% The top three eco-friendly dates men long for are going to the beach (51%), having a picnic (50%) and hiking (48%).
Yup, writing ‘reuse’ in your profile will get you a whopping 82% increase in messages, but we’re struggling to see in what context you’d put that in your bio.
‘I love strolling to the farmers market to reuse my shopping bags’?
Picking up litter – 57% Being energy efficient at home – 50% Recycling – 50% Gardening – 47% Shopping at local farmers’ market – 41% Planting a tree – 38% Using reusable grocery bags – 28% Using reusable water bottles – 21% Wearing used items or clothing – 19% Composting – 16% Driving an electric car – 8.2% Being a vegetarian – 6.2% ‘Reuse’.In fact, 78% of those questioned said that they’re looking to date someone who cares about the environment, with 33% of those revealing that it’s important.Women tend to care a bit more, with 85% of them requiring an eco-friendly date.Boys could get an anti-cancer vaccine given only to girls at present after government advisers changed their mind and said it would be cost-effective.The solar road comprises of a system of solar panels installed on the road, with the surface of the panels covered with a special resin to enhance durability.It has been the driest start to summer since modern records began 57 years ago, the Met Office has said.There was 47mm of rain between June 1 and July 16, compared with 59mm over the same period in 2013, previously the driest first half of summer.The Proms have arrived and, to the anger of many traditionalists, so has clapping between movements.The performance of Holst’s The Planets at the Royal Albert Hall prompted anger on classical music websites and social media after outbreaks of...*moves recycling bin to a prominent position* Littering – 74% Unnecessarily wasting food – 32% Leaving the lights on – 17% Not recycling – 17% Driving places you can walk to – 10% Driving a gas-guzzling car – 8.2% Eating meat at every meal – 7.6% Taking really long showers – 6.5% Always drinking bottled water – 6.2% Brushing teeth with tap on – 6% 64% women and 57% men find picking up litter attractive, so make sure you bend over and do some litter picking on your next stroll.31% women and 21% men find it sexy when their date whipped out a reusable water bottle, so ditch that plastic and get choosing a good one.