With people all across the U.S. spending more time at home during coronavirus quarantines, many Americans are rethinking their habits and trying to live more sustainably. A survey of 2,000 people found that nearly two-thirds of Americans have been inspired to pick up more eco-friendly habits during the pandemic and beyond. Specifically, 64 percent of respondents have had an "eco wake-up call," inspiring them to make various changes to their habits -- including recycling more (55 percent), using less paper products (43 percent) and reducing food waste (44 percent).

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