The Green Consumer Market in UK - March 2014: Industry Overview

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Green consumer habits have become increasingly driven by the financial advantages they bring to the consumer. However, consumers have also come to expect a high level of environmental and ethical integrity from the brands they patronize, despite the fact that they are often unprepared to pay more for the benefits.

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The Green Consumer Market in UK - March 2014: Industry Overview

  1. 1. The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014 Green consumer habits have become increasingly driven by the financial advantages they bring to the consumer. However, consumers have also come to expect a high level of environmental and ethical integrity from the brands they patronize, despite the fact that they are often unprepared to pay more for the benefits. table Of Content introduction methodology abbreviations executive Summary recycling The Main Green Household Habit figure 1: Green Household Habits, December 2013 over Half Of Consumers Feel Responsible For The Environment figure 2: Reasons For Being Green, December 2013 buying British Dominates Green And Ethical Considerations figure 3: Green Factors Considered When Shopping, December 2013 younger Consumers Demand To See Results figure 4: Attitudes To Green Personal Behaviour, December 2013 what We Think issues And Insights consumers Could Be Encouraged To Recycle More the Facts the Implications impetus On Manufacturers To Be Ethical the Facts the Implications green Habits Driven By Financial Benefits the Facts the Implications trend Application trend: Edutainment trend: Buydeology mintel Futures: Brand Intervention market Drivers key Points trends In Gas And Electricity Prices figure 5: Consumer Prices Index Trends - Gas And Electricity Components, Uk, 2002-12 cold Winters Drive High Energy Consumption figure 6: Trends In Days Of Air Frost By Season, 2008-13 figure 7: Trends In Uk Domestic Energy Consumption By End Use, 2000, 2010, 2011 And 2012 factors Affecting Energy Consumption figure 8: Trends In Output And Intensity Factors Affecting The Change In Energy Consumption In The Uk, 1990-2011 trends In Distance Travelled Using Various Transport The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014
  2. 2. figure 9: Trends In Average Distance Travelled, Great Britain, 2006-11 household Recycling Rates Stagnate figure 10: Household Waste Recycling Rate In England, 2000/01-2012/13 proportion Of Food And Drink Wasted By Households figure 11: Uk Percentage Of Edible Food Purchases That Are Wasted By Households, September 2013 biggest Food Concerns figure 12: Proportion Of People Concerned About Certain Food Issues, May 2013 concerns About Origins Of Food figure 13: Proportion Of People Concerned About Where Food Is Produced, September 2012 the Consumer – Green Shopping Habits key Points shopping Habits figure 14: Green Shopping Habits, December 2013 bag It Up local And Seasonal figure 15: Agreement With The Statements “i Buy Products Grown/produced Locally” And “i Buy Organic, Natural, Fair-trade Grocery Products” Either All The Time Or Sometimes, By Socio-economic Group, December 2013 figure 16: Examples Of Own-label Organic Product Launches, 2013-14 bulk Buying Driven By Financial Rather Than Green Concerns second Hand Savings women Prove Greener Than Men figure 17: Percentage Point Difference To Which Women Are More Likely Than Men To Have Various Green Shopping Habits, December 2013 parents Keen To Demonstrate Green Shopping Tactics figure 18: Number Of Green Shopping Habits, By Presence Of Children In The Household, December 2013 the Consumer – Green Household Habits key Points recycling The Main Green Household Habit figure 19: Green Household Habits, December 2013 city Dwellers Embrace Green Travel figure 20: Green Travel Habits (‘all The Time’ Responses Are Shown), By Location, December 2013 environmental Charities Benefit From Uptick In Consumer Sentiment figure 21: Proportion Of People Who Support An Environmental Charity (‘all The Time’ And ‘sometimes’ Responses Are Shown), December 2013 rate Of Recycling Slows growth In Water Conservation figure 22: Examples Of Products Launched By Unilever, 2012 increase In Hybrid Car Drivers consumers Prove Greener At Home figure 23: Number Of Green Shopping And Household Habits (‘all The Time’ And ‘sometimes’ Responses Are Shown), December 2013 the Consumer – Motivations For Being Green key Points overview Of Green Motivations figure 24: Reasons For Being Green, December 2013 waste Not, Want Not figure 25: Agreement With The Statement “i Do Not Like To Waste”, By Age, December 2013 brands Should Cater For One-person Households over Four In 10 Agree That Their Green Behaviour Is Financially-driven figure 26: Agreement With The Statement “it Saves Me Money/saves My Family Money”, By Gender And Age, December 2013 green Expectation personal Connection Drives Green Attitudes figure 27: Attitudes Towards Green Personal And Retailer Behaviour, December 2013 the Consumer – Green Considerations When Shopping The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014
  3. 3. key Points buying British Dominates Green And Ethical Considerations figure 28: Green Factors Considered When Shopping, December 2013 provenance Considered By Four In 10 one In Five Seek Organic/natural Products figure 29: Green Factors Considered When Shopping, Organic/natural, By Socio-economic Group, December 2013 animal Welfare A Key Consideration older Consumers Loyal To British Products figure 30: Green Factors Considered When Shopping, By Age, December 2013 brands Could Prove Their Ethical Credentials On Social Media companies Scrutinised Over Financial Responsibility three-quarters Of Adults Pay Attention To Green Considerations figure 31: Number Of Green Factors Considered When Shopping, December 2013 brands Dominate Ethical Claims figure 32: New Product Launches With Ethical Claims, % Share Of Own-label And Branded Products, 12 Months To Jan 2014 the Consumer – Attitudes To Green Personal Behaviour key Points younger Consumers Demand To See Results figure 33: Attitudes To Green Personal Behaviour, December 2013 consumers Seek Incentives To Recycle More figure 34: Attitudes To Green Personal Behaviour, December 2013 opportunity To Incentivise Recycling figure 35: Proportion Of Adults Who Recycled Or Were Interested In Recycling Unwanted Or Old Items In Return For Vouchers, By Age, October 2013 the Consumer – Attitudes To Green Retailer Behaviour key Points consumers Demand Retailers Reduce Waste figure 36: Attitudes To Green Retailer Behaviour, December 2013 social Responsibility Important To One In Five personal Gratification Motivates People To Think Highly Of Ethical Companies figure 37: Attitudes To Green Personal And Retailer Behaviour, By Consumer Group, December 2013 appendix – Demographic Overview figure 38: Demographic Overview, Gender And Age, December 2013 figure 39: Demographic Overview, Greater London Region And Area, December 2013 figure 40: Demographic Overview, Socio-economic Group December 2013 figure 41: Demographic Overview, Household Income, December 2013 figure 42: Demographic Overview, Presence Of Children In Household, December 2013 figure 43: Demographic Overview, Household Size, December 2013 figure 44: Demographic Overview, Trends In Financial Situation, December 2013 appendix – Issues And Insights figure 45: Index Of Products Launched Carrying The ‘recyclable’ Claim Across The Food, Drink, Beauty & Personal Care, Household, Health & Hygiene Categories, Jan 2009-feb 2014 appendix – Market Drivers figure 46: Trends In How Respondents Would Describe Their Financial Situation, February 2009-december 2013 figure 47: Uk Households, By Size, 2008-18 appendix – The Consumer – Green Shopping Habits The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014
  4. 4. figure 48: Green Shopping Habits, December 2013 figure 49: Green Shopping Habits – I Take My Own Bags When I Go Grocery Shopping, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 50: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy Seasonal Fruit And Vegetables, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 51: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy In Bulk, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 52: Green Shopping Habits – I Borrow Some Things Instead Of Buying Them, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 53: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy Second-hand Items, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 54: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy Products Grown/produced Locally, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 55: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy Products With Minimal Packaging, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 56: Green Shopping Habits – I Buy Organic/natural/fair-trade Grocery Products, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 57: Green Shopping Habits – I Attend ‘big Swap’ Or ‘swishing’ Events To Swap Items I No Longer Need With Others, By Demographics, December 2013 repertoire Of The Net 'all The Time+sometimes' figure 58: Repertoire Of Green Shopping Habits, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 59: Percentage Share Of Products Carrying ‘organic’ Claim, In Food, Drink, Beauty & Personal Care, Household, Health & Hygiene Categories, February 2013-january 2014 appendix – The Consumer – Green Household Habits figure 60: Green Household Habits, December 2013 figure 61: Green Household Habits – I Recycle, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 62: Green Household Habits – I Turn Down/off The Heating When Not At Home, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 63: Green Household Habits – I Turn Off Or Unplug Appliances When Not In Use, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 64: Green Household Habits – I Avoid Driving If I Do Not Have To, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 65: Green Household Habits – I Walk Or Cycle To Places That I Can, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 66: Green Household Habits – I Compost My Food Waste, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 67: Green Household Habits – I Try To Take Shorter Showers, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 68: Green Household Habits – I Try To Use Less Water Or Re-use Water, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 69: Green Household Habits – I Travel By Public Transport, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 70: Green Household Habits – I Wash My Clothes In Cold Water, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 71: Green Household Habits – I Support An Environmental Charity/organisation, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 72: Green Household Habits – I Drive A Hybrid/electric Car, By Demographics, December 2013 repertoire Of Net ' All The Time+ Sometimes figure 73: Repertoire Of Green Household Habits, By Demographics, December 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Motivations For Being Green figure 74: Reasons For Being Green, December 2013 figure 75: Most Popular Reasons For Being Green, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 76: Next Most Popular Reasons For Being Green, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 77: Other Reasons For Being Green, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 78: Green Household Habits, By Most Popular Reasons For Being Green, December 2013 repertoire For Motivations For Being Green figure 79: Repertoire Of Reasons For Being Green, By Demographics, December 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Green Considerations When Shopping figure 80: Green Factors Considered When Shopping, December 2013 figure 81: Most Popular Green Factors Considered When Shopping, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 82: Next Most Popular Green Factors Considered When Shopping, By Demographics, December 2013 repertoire For Green Considerations When Shopping figure 83: Repertoire Of Green Factors Considered When Shopping, By Demographics, December 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes To Green Personal Behaviour figure 84: Green Attitudes, December 2013 figure 85: Most Popular Green Attitudes, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 86: Next Most Popular Green Attitudes, By Demographics, December 2013 appendix – The Consumer – Attitudes To Green Retailer Behaviour The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014
  5. 5. figure 87: Green Attitudes, December 2013 figure 88: Most Popular Green Attitudes, By Demographics, December 2013 figure 89: Next Most Popular Green Attitudes, By Demographics, December 2013 ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: M/s Sheela, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany NY - 12207 United States Tel: +1-518-618-1030 USA - Canada Toll Free 866-997-4948 Email: sales@researchmoz.us Website: http://www.researchmoz.us/ The Green Consumer - UK - March 2014

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