Men are far less inclined toward eco-friendly behavior and environmental consciousness than women, researchers have found. Men litter more, recycle less, and are less likely to buy green products and less likely to feel guilty about it. This is an important phenomenon to understand, if protecting the environment is too important to leave to just half the population.
The green gender gap has been attributed by researchers to male-female personality differences. But James Wilkie, an assistant...
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