New on Greenly

Engage your employees, improve your carbon footprint

In addition to engaging your company at an entity level, Greenly empowers you to make it easy for your employees to do their part. Are you ready for your daily challenge?

Your employees will love to get involved

The app that helps you change the world, one challenge at a time. Give your employees the opportunity to take action every day.

A green personal transition assistant

Involve all of your employees in a positive and fun way, with a challenge every day.

Raising employee awareness is child's play

Built around the concept of gamification, Greenly offers you a powerful tool to stimulate the motivation of your teams and reach new objectives to reduce your emissions.

What feats will you achieve, all together?

For each of your purchases, discover responsible alternatives. You will also be able to contribute so that everyone can replace a purchase with a more environmentally friendly alternative. Your discoveries are good for everyone's business, and for the planet.

Measure your community's engagement

To observe the level of commitment of your community (number of participants in the challenge of the day, missions in progress, ranking etc.), you have an interphase on your company space. Find your best Sustainable Development ambassadors, and communicate on your company performance.

Make your commitment to the environment a reality by involving everyone in your company on a daily basis!

Psssssss: You are about to be Greenly!

Today is the right time to act.

More and more small and medium-sized businesses are making a commitment to the climate and turning it into a competitive advantage, while at the same time being accountable to their clients for their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Chartered Accountants have a fundamental role to play in supporting this transition, and Greenly can help you with its technologies.


Headlining on Greenly

To answer some of your questions

1. Is Greenly an independent application?
Yes, Greenly is a 100% independent application. This means that assessments of the carbon footprint of the different expenses are made in a totally objective way according to a methodology that we are working to improve continuously. No brand or manufacturer can influence them in any way.
2. Why is Greenly asking for my bank details?
By connecting your bank or your means of payment, you allow Greenly to access your transactions and thus measure the carbon footprint of each expenditure, but also the emissions avoided by your eco-responsible purchases. The system is secure so that Greenly does not have access to your connection identifiers, as we use the bank security company Linxo approved by the Banque de France. Your identifiers are encrypted and the connection to the bank is made in a completely secure way. This technology is used by 3 million people within their bank or in the mobile application.
3. How does Greenly ensure the security of my bank details?
Greenly doesn't have access to your credentials, so we don't store them. To analyse your transactions, Greenly uses Linxo, a specialised banking service approved by the ACPR (Banque de France), which ensures the security of our connections. This technology, used by the banks themselves, allows millions of people in Europe to access their accounts, and to date, no fraud or incidents have ever been reported.
4. How is my carbon footprint estimated?
Your carbon footprint is calculated by estimating, for each of your expenses, the associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The supplier label obtained by Greenly with the copy of your transactions allows you to categorize the expense and thus determine the type of shopping cart, product or service associated with each transaction. A coefficient specific to each purchase category or supplier is applied to the amount of the expense. These coefficients, called "monetary emission factors", are used to convert euros into kg of CO2. Provided by the Greenly Participatory Carbon Standard, they correspond to the ratio of a product or service's emissions to its price. They can also be calculated as the ratio of a sector's emissions to its turnover.