A gamechanging debit card that tracks the impact of your spending
- The green debit card that lets you track, reduce and offset your carbon footprint.
- Calculates your carbon footprint based on your spending and displays it within the app.
- Gives you suggestions on how to reduce your impact.
- Lets you offset your carbon footprint every month through hand-picked certified projects.
- Additional money goes to tree-planting projects every time you tap your card.
Tred is a gamechanging green debit card that monitors how you shop and then helps you reduce your impact on the planet.
The tech behind the card calculates your personalised carbon footprint based on your spending, from your daily coffee to your weekly shop.
You can even link all of your bank accounts and cards so you can track your total impact.
Insights into your spending reveal which aspects of your lifestyle are having the biggest impact, which in turn helps you to take effective action.
Tred suggests sustainable alternatives to make simple switches even easier.
Tred’s software has various carbon-offsetting plans built in, so if you can’t cut back on some of the more damaging items, you can choose to help the planet in other ways.
You can pick the plan that tackles an environmental issue that you are passionate about and offset a different amount each month based on your carbon footprint.
Tred will even match your planet-positive spending, donating some of the revenue it makes on your normal daily spending to tree reforestation charities, without it costing you a penny.
“Tred is an agent of Nium Fintech Limited, an Electronic Money Institution authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority with FRN 901024. The Tred card is issued by Nium Fintech Limited, an associate member of Mastercard. Tred provides you with regulated account information services as an agent of Plaid Financial Ltd., an authorised payment institution regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2017 (Firm Registration Number: 804718) for the provision of payment services, including account information services.”