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More than 80 percent of single adults seek a partner committed to the environment
Green Singles Wanted
Thinking of spending this weekend alone, curled up on the sofa and drowning your singledom sorrows in a tub of organic ice cream, while paying your bills online? Don't let being a "green" single make you blue. The results of a new survey conducted by PerfectMatch.com®, a leading online dating and relationship service, indicate that more than 80 percent of single adults between the ages of 30 and 59 agree that a partner's commitment to the environment is important to enduring, romantic relationships.
"Online relationship sites offer a more targeted approach. We attract singles with particular passions," said Duane Dahl, CEO and founder of PerfectMatch.com. "Living an ecologically responsible life shouldn't mean you need to compromise or sacrifice your personal relationships. We take a more intelligent approach to relationships and focus our efforts on bettering the odds for individuals serious about finding their true love."
"People who are 'green' often integrate environmental responsibility in their approach to life," says the PerfectMatch.com relationship expert. "Environmentally conscious people just can't feel that someone is a soul mate if they don't share their concern for the Earth. It's like dating a smoker if you're a non-smoker."
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The Nature of Today's Singles: A PerfectMatch Going Green Survey
Going Green Singles Survey
Is a potential date and/or partner's commitment to the environment important to you? Could you see yourself married in a long-term relationship with someone who has opposite environmental views?
PerfectMatch.com's four million members were invited to participate in this multiple-choice survey on PerfectMatch.com. The survey generated more than 16,000 responses.
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Green-living TipsProvided by Earthlab.com members
Whenever possible, wash your clothes by hand and dry them on a rack or clothesline. The two members of my small family each wash the clothes we wore during the day and hang them up to dry before we go to bed. For the five minutes each of us spends at this nightly task, we save $30.00 a month on electricity and reduce our annual carbon output by two tons.
~ Tracie, Alabama
Don't water plants when the weather is inclement, the rainfall abundant. The rainfall will be sufficient to satisfy the water requirements of the plants.
~ Crystal Y., Singapore
Local home owner associations should give homeowners recycling credits on their monthly water and garbage bills. Credits or rebates would encourage the homeowners to recycle. One of my neighbors had this bothersome view on recycling: "They charge $3 a month whether or not you recycle. I don't want to recycle because my wife and I don't create that much trash - and we get charged for it. So to heck with them; they can keep their recycle bin!" This man wouldn't be so upset if he were to have the recycle fee rebated. Maybe a credit or rebate system would encourage others to recycle.
~ Julie C., Texas
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Other Green-living Singles Have Found Success
Michael & Anita
Married April 19, 2007
I'm so grateful, I want to thank PerfectMatch. Who would think a girl like me, all the way from Denmark (Europe) would move to America and meet the man of my dreams? I'm so thankful. If it wasn't for your website, Michael and I would never have met.
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