Learn what you can do For the Planet
Three quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions come from people so to really cut carbon everyone needs to be involved.
The challenge is that many people aren’t sure what to do, don’t know the impact of different changes and don’t want to do it alone. Giki Zero helps with all three.
How does Giki Zero work?
With a few simple questions we can estimate your carbon footprint. You can then choose from over 160 steps to find ways to reduce it. It’s free and super easy to use. There are steps for every lifestyle and budget.
Personalise your carbon footprint
Giki has a detailed, science based, carbon calculator which is still easy and fun to use! Enter as much, or as little, information as you want. The more you put in, the more personalised your estimate and we cover everything from home, food and travel, to pets, financial services, clothes and lots more.
Find the right steps for your lifestyle and budget
Giki is used by everyone from sustainability starters to green pros. That’s because we’ve got steps covering everything from quick wins to Planet Savers. Use our handy checklist to help you complete your steps. Every step comes with lots of useful extra information to help you along the way.
Engage your employees
Whether you need to engage staff on sustainability as part of a wider strategy or if you’re looking to bring people together for a high impact sustainability event we can help.
Giki is a B Corp and UN Race to Zero accelerator working with large and small companies to help their employees learn what they can do for the planet.
Teams, leaderboards and campaigns help people take action on climate change together. It’s all part of the Pro programme which is tailored to what you need.
Giki, which stands for Get Informed, Know your Impact, is a Social Enterprise and B Corp based in the UK and our mission is to help people live sustainably. All of our team work at Giki because we want to help people cut carbon emissions everywhere! We are lucky to be supported by amazing specialists and experts from the academic, scientific, education and business communities.