Explore our recent projects and partners

Stakeholders from different sectors and branches benefit from our services and tools. GRAS works towards sustainable supply chains and verifies, monitors and supports the implementation of zero-deforestation commitments.

  • GRAS conducts project-specific sustainability analyses
  • GRAS develops interactive analysis and reporting tools
  • GRAS supports the preparation of sustainability certification

BirdLife Europe

  • Detection of land use change in Lower Saxony, Germany
  • Development of new approaches to detect grassland conversion in Europe on small scale areas
  • Provision of maps showing the type of land use change over time

European Commission

  • Identification of grassland conversion in Natura2000 sites
  • Mapping of land cover and crop rotation

Meo Carbon Solutions

  • Sustainability risk analysis of grain production in Uganda and Kenya
  • Evaluation of market positioning of sustainability strategies
  • Company-specific traceability system analysis for smallholder plantations in Indonesia
  • Development of Track-and-Trace database and mobile apps for smallholder farming systems

DEG – Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft

  • Sustainability Risk Assessment in Cambodia, Argentina, Peru and Paraguay
  • Support of project monitoring
  • Verification of zero-deforestation criteria


  • Support of the ISCC Integrity Program
  • Verification of ISCC Principle 1, especially land use change and protected areas and monitoring of critical environmental areas
  • Identification of replanting activities against actual deforestation
  • Support of the ISCC Landscape Approach and the integration of independent smallholders into sustainable supply chains
  • Development and maintenance of smallholder mapping and analysis tool


  • Sustainability analysis of smallholder palm plantations in Colombia
  • Assessment of protected areas and land use change according to sustainability certification criteria

4C Services

  • Support of 4C Risk Assessments
  • Development of Supplier Management Tools

Casa da Floresta

  • Development of methods to support the identification and mapping of potential high conservation value (HCV) risk areas
  • Identification of low indirect land use change (iLUC) risk biofuels in Brazil