Sense & Sustainability

Conscious consumers have increased concerns about factors related to protecting the well-being of people, communities and the environment. Read more about developing strategies and implementing programs to engage key audiences about sustainable practices, products or services.

Results of the 2015 Sense & Sustainability® Study found that more than half (60 percent) of Americans believe that climate change is a result of human action such as deforestation and burning of fossil fuels, among other factors, according to the fifth annual Sense & Sustainability® Study. Thirty percent of U.S. adults are skeptical while 10 percent are unsure as to the impact of human activity on significant changes in temperature or precipitation over an extended period of time. Natural weather disasters are cited by more than half (57 percent) of Americans as highly influencing their opinions on climate change.

This is the fifth annual G&S survey of perspectives on corporate sustainability among U.S. adults, conducted by Harris Poll® on behalf of the firm. Download the survey today to learn more.