Visualize the environmental footprint of your crops on a world map

Get quick answers to complex sustainability questions. Find targeted and scalable interventions.

geoFootprint powerfully combines data from satellite imagery with environmental metrics to visualize and simulate the environmental footprints of key commodity crops on an interactive world map.

Granular visibility — down to 10×10 km — allows you to instantly understand the impacts of your sourcing decisions, identify the location-specific factors contributing to your environmental footprint, and model interventions to reduce it. 

Discover geoFootprint

Transform how you measure and manage your crops’ impact on the planet

Data visualization

Instantly view footprint and production metrics of a crop anywhere in the world. Select customized geographic areas from country level down to 10×10 km, and compare multiple areas. Understand a commodity’s scope 3 impacts on climate, water, biodiversity and soil at the farm-gate.

Understand footprint drivers

Identify and compare the main drivers of your crops’ footprint (irrigation, land use change, field emissions, etc) across different geographies. Use insights to set science-driven targets, prioritize actions, engage stakeholders across the supply chain, track progress and deliver compelling reports.

Scenario building

Less guesswork, more targeted solutions. Overwrite generic metrics with proprietary data to model the effect of various interventions in customized areas. Run simulations to determine the improvement potential in any location. Bridge supply chain and farm-level data to track real progress toward sustainability goals.

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Testimonials

geoFootprint promises to fulfill a valuable need for companies to better understand and ultimately to reduce their carbon footprints. The potential of the tool lies in combining spatially-detailed agricultural impacts with location-specific sourcing data.


Laura Overton

Sustainability Accounting Senior Manager
Mars Incorporated

Nestlé supports the development of the geoFootprint database and the development of robust life cycle inventories for agricultural products. Data with high value chain specificity, quality, and spatial and temporal resolution enables the assessment of the environmental performance of our products and corporate climate change commitments.

Gerhard Niederreiter

Head of Nestlé Institute of Packaging Sciences
Nestlé Research

FAO takes a lifecycle assessment approach to estimating greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts of livestock using the Global Livestock Environment Assessment Model (GLEAM). We are very excited at the prospect of using the geoFootprint outputs to strengthen our estimates of emissions coming from feed crops.

Timothy Robinson

Senior Livestock Policy Officer – Climate and Natural Resources
UN Food & Agriculture Organization

The Cool Farm Alliance is excited about the integration between the Cool Farm Tool and geoFootprint as it will enable leading companies to couple impact projects on the ground with farmers with macro-level GHG inventories and target setting.


Richard Profit

General manager
Cool Farm Alliance

Making good decisions requires the right understanding, a strong methodology and robust data. Quantis has developed geoFootprint as a foundational tool supporting positive change on sustainability. Whether you’re evaluating your baseline or choosing where and what action to take to meet new targets, geoFootprint provides the right solution to understand, track and prioritise the positive action needed for a sustainable future.”

Adrian Greet

Director General,
Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Platform

The geoFootprint team

Developed by Quantis in partnership with arx iT and Cool Farm Alliance, supported by EIT Climate-KIC and corporate funders. Meet the team.

Request your demo

geoFootprint will launch in early 2021. Get in touch for a demo of the beta version and early-bird pricing.