Younger generations are more concerned about global warming compared to other generations.
Heads up millennials looking for love! If you don’t recycle, you may not find love according to a new survey.
The survey was conducted by Decluttr- an online marketplace that sells unwanted DVDs, games, books, and tech items.
Decluttr found that 47% of young people would not want to date someone who doesn’t recycle. Another 45% said they wouldn’t date someone who used an excessive amount of single-use plastic.
The survey also found that respondents between the ages of 18 and 34 said they believe that global warming is a real serious threat. In fact, this is issue is so important to millennials that 71% feel that the environment is more important than the economy!
The survey found that 90% of millennials and Gen Z’ers recycle regularly while 43% choose to compost and 27% shop “zero plastic” as a way to save the earth.
The top two items that are reportedly hitting landfills in 2020 are charging cords and cables at 49% and headphones at 42%, according to Decluttr.