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Tenant Engagement

40% of energy consumption depends on the behaviour of tenants.


Our software and services engage tenants with effective communication and a unique rewards program to reduce their waste and consumption of energy and water. This leads to significant cost savings and a reduced footprint.

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Employee Engagement

Increase your ROI and discover cost savings.


Employees play a key role in a successful corporate sustainability program. Zerofootprint’s reward program will vastly improve the success of your initiatives.

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Student Engagement

Spend less on energy, more on books.


Zerofootprint has helped over 350,000 students and teachers from around the world learn about their environmental impact and discover ways to reduce it. We have achieved numerous awards including recognition by the Clinton Global Initiative.

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Citizen Engagement

Become a green city, reward your citizens.


A well-engaged population leads to a more resilient and functional city. Zerofootprint has worked with numerous cities to provide a software platform for enabling citizens to improve their health and achieve greener lifestyles. Our GOODcoins program provides a unified, effective currency for rewarding positive behaviour across multiple initiatives.

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Consumer Engagement

Show your commitment to sustainability.


Helping your customers discover and contribute to your sustainability efforts can be a key part of your sustainability program. Zerofootprint’s consumer engagement solutions are designed to enhance the interaction with your customers at every point of contact, increasing their knowledge and understanding of your brand’s commitment to sustainability.

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