How environmentally friendly are you… really?

We want to know just how eco-conscious our readers are.

It’s no secret that being eco-friendly is becoming a far more prevalent trait in society than it used to be – whether that’s in response to the cost of living crisis forcing us to think about reusing more, the rising temperatures making us shut the fridge door more readily or just a sense that we want to leave the world in a better place for others.

Dishwasher displaying eco wash cycleCredit: Shutterstock/Monkey Business Images

But… what about you? Are you one of the readers who’s been enjoying our guide to the most sustainable cleaning products? Were you pleased when we told you that you could banish the bleach? Did you buy roses in a more sustainable manner this year?

Or is being more environmentally conscious not something that’s on your radar – perhaps the cost is too high, you’ve already made all the adjustments that you need or you’ve balanced your life well enough that you don’t need to change anything radically.

Whatever your perspective on the situation, we want to hear from you by sending in your thoughts through the survey below – it’ll take just one minute and just four clicks of the mouse.

In doing so, you’ll be helping us make this site even more useful for you, our readers, and we’ll be able to find out just what drives the passions of this audience when it comes to environmental conservation.


Take our eco-friendly survey

Gareth Beavis

Written by Gareth Beavis he/him


Gareth is Saga Exceptional’s Chief Content Officer, overseeing all the prose, pictures and video that appear on the website.

He was previously Global Editor in Chief of TechRadar, one of the world’s largest and most prominent technology websites, and has appeared as a technology and fitness expert on the TV and radio for the BBC, ITV, Al Jazeera, Sky and many other outlets, as well as chairing panels on the world’s new and exciting tech.

A veteran journalist with a career spanning three decades, Gareth has reviewed every iPhone (bar the very first) and Apple Watch launched, as well as reviewing hundreds of other smartphones and fitness gadgets.

His high point was getting to travel the globe to new and exciting product launches, getting to see the latest tech before anyone else and being able to run in some of the most beautiful places on the planet; the low point being stuck in an office for hours because his ‘smart socks’ wouldn’t charge.

A ‘dedicated’ (read: obsessed) runner, Gareth has run over 16,500 miles, been lost in Indonesian jungles and has competed in hundreds of races. He has just completed his tenth marathon and is already contemplating the 11th… but this time, he knows he has to do the strength training and stretching required if he doesn’t want his running career curtailed.

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