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* 1. Thinking of potlucks, game nights, getting together for shows/movies at someone's house.....what percent of these type of events that you go to have organizers who suggest guests try to incorporate some sort of eco aspect (e.g., zero waste, organic, local, plant-based)?

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* 2. How does it make you feel when that happens? (check all that apply)

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* 3. How can hosts make it easier and less awkward to suggest eco-options for events?  (check all that apply)

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* 4. It's always possible at an event with some green criteria that eco-guilt will rear its ugly head. For instance, someone busts out a roast duck at a plant-based potluck after not reading the event invite fully or they didn't inspect something at the store and only realized as they're pulling it out that it's wrapped in styrofoam (gasp!).

Assuming the host and everyone at the party is far more concerned with people just having fun than being perfect, what's the best way for an eco-minded person to make each other or other guests feel relaxed, and feel less/no guilt if there are crossed wires, or different priorities, or oversights, or different levels of green-ness in the crowd? Because...shit happens, and it's ok! But when it gets awkward, it compounds the problem. So how do event participants help each other feel less guilt and just allow them to relax and enjoy the event itself?

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* 5. Any other thoughts on how to soothe eco-guilt, allow people to just have fun and yet still have a fairly eco-conscientious party? 

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