Several recent surveys show that women don’t see their environment as men can do. Their way of life and their consumption habits are different, even if a gender war is far being declared. But are women really more concerned about the environment than men are?
Different behaviour depending on gender
“More women prefer to get about on foot (26% as opposed to 18% of men), whereas men choose to drive a car more willingly (18% of male drivers and 13% of female drivers),” reveals a report published by the CREDOC (a French institute which studies lifestyles and consumer behaviour) in November 2010 entitled “The attitudes and behaviour of French people with regards to the environment”.