Employees need to be involved for companies to hit their sustainability targets, but it can sometimes be challenging to effectively engage them. Download the guide to find out how to align your team with your sustainability goals.
Commuting is a significant part of our lives, as it affects our time, money, health, and well-being, it also has a huge impact on the environment. Here are some tips and examples of how to have a more sustainable commute.
Business travel enables companies to connect with clients, partners, and markets around the world. However, it also has a significant environmental impact. Here we look at ways to reduce it.
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
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
Sitting at the heart of your business or organisation is your marketing function. Marketers have a significant role in building more sustainable businesses, responsible for brand, product, communications, and stakeholder management. According to Richard Campbell, Marketing Director and an environmentally educated and responsible marketer, who was our latest lead speaker at our Chief Greenie event,
There are many reasons to reduce waste in our lives, and lots of benefits. Cutting back on waste not only saves you money, but it also reduces greenhouse gas emissions, plastic pollution and can help nature too. The more we waste, the more we are using the Earth’s resources, like water, land and energy, and