Many consumers all over the world currently have a clear position on sustainable consumption and behavior. This is also the case in Latin America, according to the study Covid and Environment undertaken by Mastercard, which was carried out globally between February and March of this year.
This study included some Latin American countries, whose respondents consider that, now more than ever, it is important to reduce their carbon footprint, while being more aware of how their actions can affect the environment.
The study explains how 37% of Colombians and 48% of Brazilians surveyed pointed to reducing waste. Air and water pollution worries 51% of Colombians, 48% of Mexicans and 43% of Brazilians. While plastic pollution in packaging and products is a relevant issue for 39% of the population of Mexico and 25% of Brazil.