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Whoisgreen is undertaking an initiative to determine what makes people Go-green?

The answers obtained from our survey shall help formulate a draft hypothesis for review by a third party social scientist, and should not take more than a few minutes to complete the 23 questions. Our initial aim is to characterize the personality traits of business people who are considering, or have adopted a Green business position. We shall communicate the results as they roll in with our newsletter audience & via our twitter hash tag #GreenGene so you can follow the progress online. Individual business identities shall not be disclosed unless specific permission has been granted for publication in the Whoisgreen newsletter, goto www.whoisgreen.com

Objective: to form a hypothesis on who carries the #GreenGene, where it is most likely to be located, how it is activated, and if Awareness & Education have a role in any such activation.

Going-Green is defined as being energy efficient, reducing water consumption, using less supply chain resources to do more, and generally having a minimal impact on the environment using passive design principles where possible.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at info@whoisgreen.com

1. Are you Male or Female?

2. What year were you born in?

3. Do you believe genetics can influence your level of interest in nature?

4. Were you exposed to nature as a child?

5. Do you enjoy gardening or growing your own food?

6. Please rank your preferred vacation types from 1 to 5, where 1 is the most desired & 5 is the least desired.

7. Do you consider yourself to be Green?

8. What is the highest level of education you have completed?

9. Does your interest in Going-Green require you to be financially comfortable first?

10. How would you best describe your outlook when you think about Going-Green?

  1 - Strongly Disagree 2 - Disagree 3 - Neutral 4 - Agree 5 - Strongly Agree
I like to be recognised
I feel great
I want to contribute
I feel happiness

11. How much money do you think business can save by Going-Green?

12. How many people are employed in your workplace?

13. Do you know of at least three other businesses that have chosen to Go-Green?

14. Have you tried to influence your suppliers to Go-Green?

15. Would you like your supply chain to help you Go-Green?

16. How much money are you prepared to invest in Going-Green each year?

17. What payback period do you require for any new business investment?

18. Do you think that your competitors spend more than your business in Going-Green?

19. Have you had a mentor to help you understand the argument for Going-Green?

20. Do you have children?

21. Do you think business claims should be founded upon credentials such as facts, recommendations, and third party certification?

22. Which of the following stages of sustainability best represent your commitment to Going-Green?

23. Is there anything else that you would like to add that you feel is an important aspect of Going-Green?

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