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Sustainability Assessment Report

GRAS allows you to conduct your own sustainability assessment. No specific knowledge is required to do this, as GRAS is a very useful, self-explanatory tool.

Have a look at our GRAS example report:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creating a case and getting an automatic report out of it is easy. The system guides you through the required steps:

  • Step 1: Create your case

 

  • Step 2: Define analysis area (sourcing area) and, if needed, upload specific shapefiles

 

  • Step 3: Check if your production areas are overlapping with risk or no go areas

 

  • Step 4: Analyse land use change by setting markers within the analysis area

 

  • Step 5: Finalize report on risk assessment and land use change

 

The report entails a risk factor displaying your individual risk exposure. The calculation of the risk factor is based on biodiversity areas, carbon stocks, land use change and social indices for the assessment area. 

The risk factor should be used for sustainability certification schemes to make risk assessments more objective and consistent and to define audit intensity on agricultural level. This factor can also be used by other users to assess and compare different producers and different regions regarding their risk exposure.

 

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