Green match among the dating community on World Environment Day
Dating app QuackQuack surveyed its users in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities to understand the relevance of environment in love life. / Representative image |
With the climate crisis worsening, more and more people are making substantial efforts to control it. Being sensitive and aware of environmental issues is an essential quality among young Indians. On this World Environment Day, Indian dating app QuackQuack surveyed its users in Tier 1 and 2 cities to understand the relevance of the environment in love life.
The survey results show that young people want a partner who cares about the environment and their well-being.
Heat, make waves!
According to QuackQuack’s survey, extreme heat and striking climate change were a topic of conversation among our users in the nation’s capital this summer. 18% of Delhi and Chennai users said the threatening heat managed to find its way into the conversation with their match. 2% of these people admitted to refusing to go on dates because of the terrible heat waves.
Sustainable is sexy
Twenty-one percent of people in Tier 1 cities between the ages of 18 and 24 mentioned that being environmentally aware is a coveted and desirable attribute when looking for matches. It shows that you are not only aware of the climate emergency, but also attentive.
They revealed that their match being a nature lover is a big turn on for the new generation of daters. If you’re someone who consciously uses non-disposable water bottles and is careful not to litter or always carry a reusable bag when shopping, you might as well be the preferred partner of those time-conscious daters. climate.
Do you blow your own horn for weight?
Twelve percent of Tier 2 city daters said that mentioning you care about the environment and are aware of climate change in your dating profile seems like influence seeking and trying too hard to impress people. potential matches. In a world where everyone is competing to be more progressivementioning words like go green and respectful of nature in your dating profile appears as if you are striving to get ahead in the race.
Climate deniers are not wanted
Tier 1 city daters between the ages of 25 and 30 said that while environmental issues don’t always find a place in conversations with their matches, dating someone who ignores climate change and similar problems. According to the survey, the environment remains a high priority for young daters. They pointed out that many people still believe climate change is made up. It’s rather unfortunate. They revealed that they avoid these people and rarely consider dating them.
Match based on the love of nature
According to QuackQuack’s survey, 11% of users in Himachal and Pune revealed that they like to screen people based on their stance on climate change and environmental crises. They pointed out that it is better to be aware of the person’s outlook before matching and to avoid future conflicts.
They also said that if your date reflects the same beliefs as you, the chances of falling in love are higher. There will just be a lot more to discuss and learn from each other.
Ecological dates are in fashion
Eco-friendly dates are trending among eco-friendly daters. From volunteering in cleanup programs like beach cleanups to taking bike rides instead of long car rides to reduce air pollution, sustainable GenZ daters are taking action. concrete actions to protect the environment and create a better and cleaner world.
Keep picking up these plastics and recycling them. Not only will you get closer to a better world, but you’ll also score more dates!
QuackQuack Founder and CEO, Ravi Mittal, commented: “Over the years we are seeing an increase in the number of people who care about the environment and this could be our saving grace in the face of this ever-increasing climate crisis. Naturally, more and more daters are looking for the same quality in their matches, making climate-conscious and sustainable people a sought-after commodity in the online dating world. »
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