'Green Guilt' causing neighbours to fib
More than 50 per cent say they are unlikely to alter their way of life despite pressure from the media, politicians and their children to be greener.
Corinne Sweet, a psychologist, said: "We Sustanon 250 E Deca Durabolin want to be good but often are too busy, or it seems too complicated, so we cut corners, or forget altogether and then feel guilty.
"This can lead people to lie about their environmental actions, or even to give up Winstrol Tablets Price trying altogether, as it all seems too much to pack into our already too busy 24/7 lives.
"People then feel guilty when friends, family and neighbours seem so much better at being green.
"Spending money is a traditional way of 'keeping up with the Joneses' and is something most of us know how to do," Miss Sweet added.
"But being green, that's a lot harder to work out and people are feeling a great deal of anxiety, irritation and fear that what they are doing is not enough or is wrong. Their anger can lead them to give up altogether and then be racked with green guilt."
Three quarters of people feel most guilty about driving gas guzzling 4x4s, while six in 10 "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" rue wasting energy at home.
Despite feeling sheepish, 40 per cent admit they are unlikely to check whether food and clothes are ethically produced, and admit to leaving electrical products on "Oxandrolone Powder India" standby rather than switching them off. One in five say they have no idea how to be more green.
Paul Stokes, of Norwich Union, said: "From protesting that our children eat nothing but organic food, to bumping up our charitable donations or from Buy Cialis Norway claiming to be rigorous recyclers, and talking about our wind turbine plans, we are all probably Testosterone Enanthate Vs Trenbolone Acetate a little guilty about telling a few green lies from time to time.
"However, what our study shows is that people are consistently pretending to have changed their behaviour rather than actually doing it.
Ed Matthew, a Friends of the Earth campaigner, said: "This survey shows that people are clearly concerned about the need to take urgent action on climate change.