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New country update: India added to Giki Zero

With a population of 1.4 billion people it’s perhaps not surprising that India is the world’s third largest greenhouse gas emitter. What’s more surprising is that whilst the average Indian carbon footprint is well below the global average many Indians, especially those who are wealthier and live in cities, have a carbon footprint close to […]

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Introducing Organisational Benchmarking: Making sense of your data

We know how important measuring and reporting the progress your employees are making to cut carbon is to every organisation, as you seek to reach your climate goals and support new sustainability strategies.  But data is only useful if you know how to make sense of it. We’ve launched Organisational Benchmarking as a new feature

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Carbon Footprints – measuring emissions and removals separately

Every person in the world has a carbon footprint. Some are large, some are small, some are growing, some are shrinking but what we all have in common is that by 2030 our personal carbon footprints need to be 2.5 tonnes or lower. Few people in wealthy countries are anywhere near that target and that’s

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Giki are B Corp Certified

We are delighted to share that Giki has been awarded B Corporation status in recognition of us meeting the very highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, legal accountability and purpose.   B Corp is a long, rigorous process. We wanted to go through it to test ourselves and show that our commitments

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Giki Zero Pro – Your employee sustainability programme

Giki Zero Pro is an employee sustainability programme that helps individuals who want to reduce their carbon footprint and helps companies who want to engage staff on ESG issues and measure the impact of their actions. How does it work? Employees access an engaging, science based digital platform to understand, track and reduce their carbon footprint. Teams, leaderboards and information on the carbon,

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The Climate Clock is ticking

Country climate clocks show huge variation in urgency to cut personal carbon footprints The global climate clock shows that we have just over 10 years left before the world’s carbon budget runs out in order to keep temperature rise below 1.5 degrees Celsius. New research from Giki looks at the climate clocks for countries, and

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A new way for companies to cut carbon footprints as they go Net Zero

Well over 1000 businesses and nearly 500 cities have committed to reach Net Zero through the UN’s Race to Zero campaign. The Science Based targets initiative and We Mean Business are also supporting businesses to cut emissions in line with what is required to prevent climate change spiralling out of control.  These commitments focus on business operations, covering either Scopes 1

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Are you leading your community to reduce their carbon footprint?

Did you know that 70% of carbon emissions across the globe come from people or households? That means there is a huge amount that individuals can do together to address the climate crisis. If you are leading your community to make changes in their own lives to reduce carbon emissions, then please join us!  At

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Giki Zero: Your step by step guide to a sustainable life

Giki Zero is here. It’s a free, fully interactive website to help you to understand, track and lighten your footprint on the planet. It’s mobile friendly too! Here’s how it can help: It uses objective, transparent data that is easy to understand, drawing on the best scientific and academic research available. Why use it? Since lockdown,

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