To Study the Acceptance of Shift towards Green Environment

Preet M Paatel*, Akriti Alva, Monika Katkoria

Green environment, being one of the most spoken topics in the last decade. Harmful materials like High Density Polyethylene (HDPE), Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE), Polypropylene (PP), etc. are released into the environment every day in bulk and the recycle programmes are not able to keep up with the ever increasing waste generated. These materials when mixed with marine life or buried in ground may result in negative impact for the animals and plants. Multiple studies have showcased the harmful reactions to not only the marine life or nature, but also to humans. This study aims to determine the acceptance of change from using the cheap materials to carry on day to day tasks so that the environment and humans can save themselves. In this context, green environment means recyclable objects which can be reused multiple times. The results of this study are that people are more likely to accept the change in their buying habits if it means having a greener environment.

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