More people buying "green," new study shows


A new study, conducted among 1,141 people in the United States and the united Kingdom, suggest that although people aren't just thinking a lot about the environment, their buying habits are starting to finally change.

Boy, they could have come to my household, and I would have told them that. My wife's been buying organic eggs laid by cage-free chickens for awhile, much to my chagrin because, well, I'm cheap. She's also been buying those energy efficient light bulbs, which I'm coming around to appreciate. And even I laid out a couple extra bucks for some Clorox cleaning spray called GreenWorks the other day. True, no one is going to mistake our house for a branch of the Sierra Club, but we're making some progress.

And so are a lot of people, suggests Buzzback Market Research.