Aidenvironment aims to reduce pressure on forests from agricultural commodity supply chains by influencing and acting as an accountability system for companies in the agriculture sector. Through remote satellite imagery, supply chain analysis, partnerships with on-the-ground approach, and millions of datasets from Aidenvironment’s collaboration with CSOs, the Forest Team’s projects use robust data to provide actionable information to companies, investors, media and NGO stakeholders. Through data driven and in-depth company and supply chain analysis, Aidenvironment urges the private sector and its investors to incorporate deforestation into their decision-making processes.
Aidenvironment manages robust data on deforestation and supply chain actors through aggregated public sources, direct engagement with companies and ground-level investigations. Our dataset is unmatched in the sector and enables us to deliver specific data needs and services to our partners.
Our expertise is rooted in a deep understanding of forest-risk supply chains and their climate impact. Aidenvironment’s Intelligence System has extensive data sets on the soy, cattle and palm oil supply chains and farmland markets, with groundwork developed for the pulp and paper sector.
Aidenvironment’s projects and services are enabled by a focused deep-dive approach on data analysis, with the following building blocks: