Why geoFootprint?

To tackle the environmental crisis, we need to transform
how we grow and manage crops.

Today, agriculture and forestry together account for over 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions and are major drivers of soil and ecosystem degradation.

As companies set ambitious targets to address their impact on nature, they face significant supply chain management data challenges. Environmental data for agricultural production systems can be incomplete, inconsistent or too generic to meaningfully identify hot spots and evaluate interventions.

GeoFootprint eases the burden of manually collecting and analyzing sustainability metrics by displaying the best sources of publicly-available environmental and crop production data on an intuitive and interactive online world map, delivering granular visibility (up to 10×10 km!) that yields sharper insights for strategic decision-making.

See geoFootprint in action

Upgrade the way you assess environmental impacts and prioritize actions

Get the insights you need to build sustainability action plans. Streamline footprinting assessments to make smarter decisions faster.

UNDERSTAND the main drivers of a crop’s location-specific footprint

IDENTIFY RISKS to your supply chain
and business resilience

PRIORITIZE high-impact actions
that improve your footprint

SET TARGETS based on science
and credible data

TRACK PROGRESS toward your
sustainability goals

ENGAGE STAKEHOLDERS across the supply chain to accelerate progress

“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

A consistent baseline and robust simulation for public policy, research and stakeholder engagement

With geoFootprint, policy makers, international organizations and non-government organizations can have a consistent footprint baseline for all geographies, access science-based metrics to target interventions, share knowledge and engage local stakeholders. Researchers will gain incredible simulation capacity for climate-smart agricultural practices based on the latest science.

The open-access version of geoFootprint enhances public knowledge on sustainable agriculture by making solid environmental data of key commodity crops accessible to non-expert audiences, students or actors that may not otherwise have access to this information.

Request your demo

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