Giki Zero helps you to discover your footprint, find steps to reduce it and celebrate your successes while GikiBadges is an app to help you find sustainable and healthy products in the UK supermarket. Just scan the barcode, see which badges the product wins and check out the alternatives for new ideas.
Jo is responsible for spreading the word and using analysis to help people live more sustainably. She is a former investigative journalist (BBC and Channel 4) and social enterprise chairman. Jo has previously worked on Executive team at CDP.
You can read our short interview with James Hand, co-founder of Giki, ahead of Jo’s talk.
Watch the event video
To make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for, here’s the key timings in the video:
👋 14:44 – A welcome from your meet-up organisers, Ellen, Hannah and Mike with a brief overview of GTSW and what we’re about
📢 20:45 – Our famous 60 second intros – a chance for attendees to introduce themselves, ask for help and tell us about something the group might find interesting
💚 26:50 – Jo’s talk
❓ 01:00:24 – Q&A session
🗓️ 01:12:10 – Round-up, other community notices and next event announcement
❓ 01:17:02 – Final round of questions.
One of the perks of holding events online, and having such a wonderful and engaging community, is we share a huge amount of useful resources and information throughout the event. Here’s a summary of what we unearthed.
Browse Jo’s slides below:GreenTech-South-West-1
- Giki Earth
- Giki Zero
- Carbon Brief – What is the carbon footprint of streaming a video on Netflix?
- The internet’s carbon footprint – Podcast
- Climate Care – The carbon footprint of the internet
- Is your bank account funding fossil fuels? – Giki blog
- Good With Money
- Bristol Credit Union use savings to provide ethical & affordable loans to other members