Your employee sustainability program
Giki Zero Pro allows you to create an employee sustainability program simply and quickly. Signing up will help you raise awareness about sustainability, help your staff to live more sustainably and show that being sustainable is part of your purpose.
Help your staff live sustainably
Giki Zero will help your colleagues discover their personal environmental footprint, find steps to reduce it and celebrate their successes. They can choose from over 100 different climate positive steps to suit their lifestyle and budget.
Build teams, raise awareness
With Giki Zero Pro you can build teams to encourage some healthy competition, sharing and workplace discussions as people find ways to reduce their footprints. Ongoing campaigns from Giki will help to raise awareness on all things sustainable and show all the positive actions people can take.
Measure progress, see the impact you’re having
Giki Zero Pro provides a dashboard so you can measure the impact you’re having. Great to show all your stakeholders and aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Multiply your efforts
Your Giki Zero sustainability program will be helping people lighten their footprint in their personal lives which will leverage the impact that your company is having by cutting its own carbon footprint. For many companies the personal carbon footprint of their employees is many times greater than the footprint of the company they work for.
Giki Zero Pro has membership based pricing based on the size of your company. Not only does that make it a cost effective program many of the sustainable habits that employees learn are directly applicable to the workplace.
Make sustainability part of your purpose
More and more employees want to work at sustainable companies. Companies that want to be successful over the next 10 years therefore have to invest in being sustainable today. Giki Zero will show that you’re taking practical steps that really make a difference. It’s a great way to attract and retain the best staff whilst also taking action to protect the environment.
In line with science based targets, open methodology and advised by experts including Dr Richard Carmichael author of the Climate Change Committee’s report on going to Net Zero and WWF.