In the UK, the average person has a carbon footprint of 12.7 tonnes CO2e per year, and 23% of this comes from their food purchases*. That’s more than their household and vehicle fuel emissions combined! This means the biggest difference we can all make is focussing on our food purchases. In Jan 2021, Norwegian online retailer ODA started providing their customers with the carbon footprint… Read More »Does knowing the impact of food purchases help consumers live more sustainably?
Environmental journalist Emma Beddington’s article ‘Sustainable gin and family-sized crisps! My week eating a climatarian diet’ directs The Guardian readers to our Giki Badges app which helps people shop more sustainably in the supermarkets. She uses our app, scanning products in the supermarket, and says “It’s very satisfying – an easy answer on what’s “good” or “bad” is exactly what a lot of us want”… Read More »Readers of The Guardian directed to Giki Badges
New research has revealed how much CEOs earn compared to their colleagues – and the results aren’t pretty. We have to tackle disproportionate executive pay. This year, for the first time, UK listed companies are required to publish ‘pay ratio’ data in their annual reports. This must show the total earnings of the company’s CEO compared to the individuals at the upper, median and lower… Read More »To ‘build back better’, we must tackle disproportionate executive pay