Americans Like To Say They're Eco-Friendly — They're Not

Calling yourself an environmentally conscious person doesn’t actually make you one. And aside from simple tasks like turning off lights, Americans overwhelmingly ignore the environmental impact of their day-to-day actions. That’s according to the real estate website Trulia, which surveyed more than 2,000 Americans, as part of a wider study, about living green and how best to reduce their carbon footprint. “When it comes to the environment, people kind of want to have their cake and eat it to,” study author Felipe Chacon, an economist at Trulia, told The Huffington Post. Chacon writes in a report published Thursday on the company’s site that 79

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