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infoPlant Conducts Survey on Environmental Issues.

Tokyo, Japan, Apr 28, 2006 - (JCN) - C-NEWS, a marketing data service provided by online market researcher Info Plant, conducted a survey of 1,500 Internet users aged 12 or older (excluding elementary school students) on environmental issues from April 11 to 13.

The survey results indicate that about 70% of the respondents are concerned about environmental issues on a daily basis. In particular, about 40% answered that their concerns have been heightened over the past year.

When asked whether they are eco-conscious in their daily shopping, about 30% and 40% of the male and female respondents, respectively, think that they are environmentally conscious consumers. In particular, about 45% and 70% of the male and female respondents bring their own shopping bag.

Regarding effective measures for reducing greenhouse gasses, 55% said that they set the temperature of air conditioning equipment at 28 degrees Celsius or higher for cooling and 20 degrees Celsius or lower for heating.

When asked whether companies should be conscious about environmental issues, about 80% considered that whether or not companies implement environmental measures is one of the most important criteria in evaluating them.

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Date:Apr 30, 2006
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