Do you celebrate Earth Day?
Yes:No: I'm from another planet and I celebrate its day instead:
How often do you try to be "green" in your habits and choices?
0-20% of the time:21-40% of the time: 41-60% of the time: 61-80% of the time: More than 80% of the time:
Do you think that the scale in the question just before this question gave too little credit to people who try to be "green" some of the time?
Yes:No, 40 – 60% of the time belongs in the middle of the scale. People doing less than that aren't doing their fair share:
How do you think St. Louis City ranks on the "green" scale?
Very green:Sort of green: OK: Sort of whatever the oppposite of green is: The opposite of green:
How do you think St. Louis City compares on the "green" scale to the rest of the metropolitan region?
The City does better:The City does about average: The City does worse:
Are the lights off in the last room you were in?
If your grocery store charged 25 cents for each plastic carrying bag, which of the following would you be most likely to do?
Pay the money:Choose free paper bags instead: Bring my own bags: Shopt at a store that did not charge for plastic bags:
Do you plan on participating in National Bike to Work Week?
Yes, my company is involved:Yes, I will bike to work on my own: No, I can't bike to work -- but I wish I could: No:
Do you plan to participate in one of the Open Streets events?
Yes:No: No, because I have not heard of them:
Do you use a recycling service at home or take your recycling to a recycling center yourself?
Yes, I have recycling pick-up:Yes, I take my recyclables to a recycling center: No: No, but I would if the pick-up fees were free/nominal or if the recycling centers were closer:
Which of the following directions of public policy would you most strongly support?
Set higher charges and increased fees on un-green practices:Increase incentives for green practices: Let people and businesses choose, without penalty or incentive, how green the City of St. Louis will be:
Which THREE of the following environmental issues do you think should be top priorities for the City of St. Louis?
Address air quality issues to reduce ozone and irritating pollutants:Focus on safe removal of asbestos and lead from our buildings: Clean up contaminants from former industrial sites: Enable residential chicken coops and bee keeping: Restrict automobile traffic in pedestrian areas and major city parks: Crack down on pollutants added to the Mississippi River: Address water quality/quantity issues through stormwater measures and conservation: Enhance recycling services with curbside collection or increased pickup locations: Have City fleet use cleaner fuels and more efficient practices: Plant more trees and natural vegetation in City streets and parks: Address urban heat island with vegetated roofs or painting roof tops white: Impose and collect fees on plastic bottles or bags: Incentivize construction of green/high performance buildings and homes: Rehabilitate existing historic housing stock to be energy and water efficient: Promote urban agricultural practices such as community gardens and local farms: Institute environmentally preferable purchasing practices by City government: Enforce anti-litter and anti-dumping laws: Enhance landscaping and beautification efforts: Provide greater alternative transportation options, including mass transit, car pooling, bicycling: Encourage use of renewable energy or have City purchase renewable energy credits: Something else:
Note: Due to rounding, results for some questions may not total 100%.