Eco­no­my, eco­lo­gy, so­ci­al af­fairs – a look at the over­all con­cept

Increasingly, businesses, organizations and governments need and want to implement the goals of sustainable development in their culture and production. The UN has defined 17 goals in the 2030 Agenda in order to ensure sustainable development on an economic, social, and ecological level.

However, companies can effectively manage the impact of their actions only when there is comprehensive information about where and how they are generated.

Only through clearly defined key data and indicators does the term sustainability become effective. Well-founded arguments derived from this strengthen the critical dialogue with society, politics and stakeholders.

Products in this area


Su­staina­bi­li­ty Ana­ly­ses


Innovation indicators for economic and ecological value creation

Re­se­arch and de­ve­lop­ment foot­print


In reform processes and supply chain

So­ci­al Im­pact Ana­ly­ses


Fußabdruck entlang der Lieferkette

Eco­lo­gi­cal Im­pact Ana­ly­ses


Economic footprint

Eco­no­mic Im­pact Ana­ly­ses