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Scottish Environmental Attitudes and Behaviours Survey 2008 (SEABS'08)

SEABS '08 is a nationally representative survey of just over 3000 adults in Scotland. The key aim of the survey was to produce robust baseline data, repeatable over the longer term, on environmental attitudes and behaviours, to support the development and delivery of environmental policy. The survey covered a number of topics including: attitudes towards climate change, travel behaviour, energy consumption, recycling, eco-purchasing, wellbeing and use of greenspace.

Chris Martin and Sara Davidson, Associate Directors of Ipsos MORI which undertook the research, discuss its findings:

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