Stories to inspire you to make small changes

 

Your guide to a last minute, eco-friendly picnic

Love a last-minute picnic, but aren’t sure how to keep it eco-friendly? We’ve put together a fun list of eco-friendly picnic bites which only require a quick trip to the supermarket. The best alfresco gatherings are spontaneous affairs that only occur when...

6 things you need to know about plastic

Thinking about cutting back your plastics impact? Here are some new facts from Giki analytics on plastic packaging and recycling: Just one quarter of packaging used in fresh fruit and veg is currently marked as recyclable. This makes it hard to work out...

Building Better Badges Part IV – the perfect recyclable packaging

Giki’s aim is to inspire people to make small, regular changes which are good for them, better for the environment and fairer to others. We also look to make small, regular changes to Giki in order to help support our users in their quest to buy more sustainably. Here...

Three ways to entertain your kids in the supermarket

Ever wish your supermarket shop was more like this... And less like this? Sick of disagreements about what to buy? Want your children to be more like this when you pick them the healthiest products? Try out these three challenges for your kids in the supermarket, to...

Building Better Badges Part 3 – Bru’d in Scotland

Giki’s aim is to inspire people to make small, regular changes which are good for them, better for the environment and fairer to others. We also look to make small, regular changes to the Giki app to help support our users in their quest to buy more...

Cutting down on sugar? Here’s your checklist

By Steph du Plooy and James Hand Cutting down on sugar is hard. It’s added to many of the everyday products we buy and sometimes called by a different name. If you're cutting down we’re going to help you find out: What to look out for Where to...

Better Badges Part 2

Giki’s aim is to inspire people to make small, regular changes which are good for them, better for the environment and fairer to others. We also look to make small, regular changes to the Giki app to help support our users in their quest to become more...

Recycle!

Recycling cuts waste to landfill; saves energy; uses less virgin resources; means less plastic in the ocean, AND it’s easy to do!

Sustainable Food – Your First Step

Do you know if your food has a low carbon footprint, whether your packaging is recyclable and whether it’s been responsibly sourced? More and more people are thinking about these, and other,  environmental questions when choosing their food as programmes...

#ditchthejunk with Giki’s new app

What’s in my deodorant? If you wash, spray on some deodorant and moisturise in the morning then you may well have exposed yourself to 75 chemicals1 before you’ve even left the bathroom. Add on some make-up and hair spray and you’re into the hundreds. Many of these...

E for Edible?

More and more of us are trying to eat clean or want more transparency about what is going into our food. As a result there is a lot of confusion about E-numbers and additives. Some of this is due to concerning evidence emerging such...

More than Organic

For most people organic means no chemical fertilizers and pesticides. It’s a great start but organic certification means much more than that. When you buy organic you also know that your food is not genetically modified, that strict animal welfare standards have been...

Dairy Free Milk

Plant based milks are suddenly popular. Going vegan, concerns about the environmental impact of dairy milk production and animal welfare are all reasons for making the switch. However, how sustainable and healthy are they?  Giki looks into some of the...

Our story so far

In late Spring 2018 Giki Social Enterprise will be launching our app and working to build an open community of people who are committed to sustainable consumption but who also need a little help in working out what that actually means in their...

Slave free chocolate is there any other kind?

The growth in ethical chocolate brands, one even marketing itself as slave free, raises an important issue for all of us. Do we really know the impact of the products we buy, how they are made and whether they've caused human or environmental damage?...


Hear from our co-founder Jo Hand how Giki started out and how it can help you cut your #environmental impact easily 💚🌍
Great podcast from @impacthustlers @Maikosc
https://t.co/eBzuO3oPBq
#Climatechange #plastics # Palmoil #organic

Excellent to see campaigners starting so young on addresssing the problems of #plastic tat toys which so many parents dislike! #WarOnPlastic @HughFW @itsanitarani

We can all make a difference on #plastics. To cut plastics, #reduce rubbish and #recycle more, check your supermarket packaging on the Giki app, to find better packaging options https://t.co/YtDsPgelKq
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 @friends_earth
Want to know more about #plasticpollution and what we can all do to make a difference?

Join us this evening for the final episode of #WarOnPlastic, with @HughFW and @itsanitarani, on BBC One from 9pm. #OurPlasticFeedback https://t.co/esGMo9ZGsZ

Check for #PalmOil on the Giki app - and it tells you if its #sustainable too 🌍💚 https://t.co/wMXBxNIOOk
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WWF 🐼 @WWF
Help protect rainforests! Look for deforestation-free products with labels like FSC and RSPO. Ensure that products containing #palmoil use sustainable sources, to help protect species like the orangutan. #WorldRainforestDay #NatureMatters #Connect2Earth https://t.co/JfHWlFxxGW