Measure, evaluate and communicate the environmental impacts across the entire value chain

Environmental impacts of companies are becoming increasingly important for the assessment of business performance. Traditional financial accounting must therefore be supplemented by environmental issues. However, there is often a lack of data on the environmental impacts that are caused in the supply chain or at the customer level. And the multitude of existing metrics for the various environmental issues often makes management and communication impossible.

Our innovative tools for natural capital accounting capture environmental impacts across your entire value chain and provide you with unprecedented insights into your non-financials:



Whether you call it Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L), True Cost, True Price, True Value or Environmental Footprinting – we condense the data into easy-to-interpret metrics and controlling solutions that enable benchmarking, hot-spot analysis, strategy development, action identification, controlling and reporting



Only immediately available accounting information is required; the methodology is well applicable even in complex organizations



We look at your own sites and the supply chain not only in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, but also in terms of water consumption, pollutant emissions, resources, soil and biodiversity



Evaluation in monetary units allows environmental impacts to be expressed in the language of management and provides an immediate measure of the significance of impacts

Our expertise:

Systain successfully used it by more than 25 companies in almost all industries. In addition, several awards to customers can be traced back to our model (Otto Group: Corporate Culture Award 2018 / Sustainability Award of the Federal Government 2014)

Systain used a model to assess the upstream greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 3) of twelve different economic sectors

Systain has carried out a detailed study for the German state of Baden-Württemberg which illustrates, among other things, the quantities, origin, specific use, consumption distribution and environmental pollution of metals in the Bundesland

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Dr. Moritz Nill

Dr. Moritz Nill


Marcel Severith

Marcel Severith