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The Employee Race to Zero, a competition to drive employee engagement

In 2023, the UN backed Race to Zero and Giki launched the first-ever “Employee Race to Zero”, a global competition for companies to bring their employees together and compete in teams for three weeks of fun sustainability competition ahead of COP28. The inaugural event brought together 21 participating organisations in the vanguard of sustainability employee engagement, […]

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How to engage employees on sustainability at work

Half of the world’s largest companies are committed to reaching net zero, as regulation, investor pressure, and a growing economic case for sustainability, push this all-important topic up the agenda. However, even as record numbers of companies set new sustainability targets, many are finding that employees are not aware of the strategy and unsure of

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The Sustainability Pulse: Our round-up of must-know updates for green leaders

Welcome to our new regular dive into the ever-changing world of sustainability. As we bid farewell to January, it’s time to reflect and look at what has caught the eye of the team at Giki and what we think should be on your radar to share inside your organisation, with your green teams, or your

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New Carbon Calculators to Find the Carbon Impact of your Everyday Activities

To help you do more in 2024, we’ve updated Giki’s mini carbon calculators, which offer a quick way to find the answers to common questions about the impact of making sustainable choices on your carbon footprint. Very quickly, we hope you can answer sustainability questions such as: And we’re excited to share a brand new

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Springer Nature and Hubbub recognised for Best Environmental or Sustainable Programme at Corporate Engagement Awards

We’re always excited to celebrate every climate win, which is why we are so delighted that our long-term partner Hubbub has been recognised at the Corporate Engagement Awards in the Best Environmental or Sustainable Programme category with their partners Springer Nature, using Giki Zero.  The Corporate Engagement Awards recognises the most successful and innovative corporate

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How to encourage employee engagement in your Race to Zero 

The Race to Zero is global campaign rallying nations, industries, and individuals to unite in the fight against climate change. But there is an often over-looked group who can also play a significant role – employees.   That is why we at Giki are running a global Employee Race to Zero competition, a month of

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Webinar on demand: Get on the starting line for the Race to Zero

Featuring: Jo Hand (Cofounder, Giki), Carolyn Ball (Director for Delivery of Net Zero, Compass Group), and Tessa Ferry (Strategic Lead at Race to Zero) In recent months the importance of individual actions has been recognised at the highest levels, and companies in the vanguard recognise how crucial engaging stakeholders are in delivering a successful sustainability

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4 New steps to help people learn what they can do for the planet

Everyday there are steps people can take to help control the runaway effects of climate change which is leading to wildfires and droughts. But everyone needs to find the steps which are right for them and which they’re motivated to start now. That’s why Giki Zero has just launched four new steps. Because the more

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