Meet Treekly for Business

🥾 Get people moving with step counts and challenges

🙌 Build Teams and get them working and walking together 

🏅 Encourage healthy competition with your company leaderboard

🌳 Give your team trees to capture their carbon emissions 

🌍 Become climate positive


Approximately 25% of people aged 16 and over in the UK are classed as ‘physically inactive, meaning they get less than 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a week. 

Regular exercise has been linked to lower risk of depression, boosts in mood and self-esteem and higher levels of productivity. 

That’s why we’re incentivising people to get up and start walking, whilst making a positive climate contribution. 

The health of our teams should be at the forefront of the way we do business. Offering regular breaks and incentivising walking are huge strides toward a healthier workforce. 

Take the first steps today. Help offset your team members’ carbon footprints, and help them get active.


Tree planting is widely recognised as one of the powerful natural tools used to fight climate change. 

Not only do trees absorb CO2, but they also have lots of other benefits. Trees contribute to the health of ecosystems and habitats, serve as protection against harsh weather conditions, and help to secure local water supplies.

Start your journey today. We offset your employees’ personal and professional carbon footprints so you can become a climate positive workforce.

Healthy competition

🏆 See a company leaderboard with everyone's daily and weekly step counts

⭐️ See who’s walking the most and making an impact

🏅 Compete to see who can improve their step counts for a little healthy competition

More about Treekly for Business
The Climate Crisis

Based on current projections, global temperature will increase by 2.9 °C by 2100. This is significantly higher than the 2 °C target set by the Paris Agreement

Businesses in the UK account for approximately a fifth of annual greenhouse gas emissions. It’s the 4th largest emitting sector after energy supply, transport and residential sectors. 

Forests are widely recognised as the world’s largest natural terrestrial carbon sinks. They capture and store carbon dioxide, slowing down the accumulation of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere.

Previously, it was thought that older trees were predominantly responsible for this carbon uptake. However, the carbon sequestration potential of younger trees has become readily apparent.

Dedicated to creating a significant positive impact on the climate crisis, we plant mangrove trees. These trees are native to the island of Madagascar and absorb two-to-four times more carbon than terrestrial trees. They also have many other benefits to their surroundings.