Majority Of Canadians (52%) Feel That They Do Enough To Conserve Water: Only 6% Think Consumers Are The Biggest Threat To Water Supplies

But while nine in ten (86%) feel that using a rain barrel is important for conserving water, only one in four Canadians (25%) actually own a rain barrel

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Toronto, ON – The majority of Canadians (52%) think that they are generally making reasonable efforts to conserve water. According to a recent Ipsos Reid poll, conducted on behalf of Unilever, RBC, and the Canadian Partnership Initiative of the UN Water for Life Decade, also found that a mere 6% of Canadians think that consumers...

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Majority Of Canadians (52%) Feel That They Do Enough To Conserve Water: Only 6% Think Consumers Are The Biggest Threat To Water Supplies

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