Giki is a B corp and social enterprise, based in the UK, with a mission to help people live more sustainably. We work with community groups, small business and global companies to help them engage staff and cut their personal carbon footprints.
Giki Zero is recommended by the UN High Level Climate Champions and Giki works with everyone from small villages to global organisations including Deloitte, NatWest, the BBC and the Open University.
In the news
24 April 2022
Could switching to a climatarian diet really save the planet. Food Matters live podcast with Stefan Gates.
22 March 2022
Giki giving evidence to House of Lords inquiry to explore relationship between food and behaviour change to meet Government environment and climate goals.
2nd March 2022
Harpers Bazaar – How to live more sustainably, 5 ways to play your part in preserving the planet. Jo Hand, the co-founder of eco-enterprise Giki Zero, on the small changes that can make a big difference
2nd January 2022
Women and Home – Veganism and the environment. How to eat sustainably this Veganuary.
13th December 2011
Metro – I’m A Celebrity. Should series return to Australia given carbon footprint calculations amid the climate crisis?
9th November 2021
Metro – is working from home better for the environment?
21st October 2021
Business Leader – Q&A with the husband and wife team behind Giki Zero
19th October 2021
Metro. Meet the brains behind the app which helps track your carbon footprint
November 27th 2021
Online data science festival. Panel “How complex carbon calculations can be made compelling”
29th September 2021
UN Race to Zero. Here’s why COP26 concerns us all
September 7th 2021
August 18th 2021
Global Banking and Finance. Going Beyond Net Zero, how companies are working with employees to cut carbon
July 21st 2021
July 19th 2021
Global Citizen “I tried to cut my carbon footprint, what happened next”