Reports

2019
This brief highlights the issues and opportunities regarding human health and the food system.

2019
This brief presents the current state of knowledge on the health impacts of organic versus conventionally produced food.

2020
The brief provides an overview of the concept of social capital and how it is linked to food- and farming-related businesses.

External sources

2021
This book, with contributions by TMG and Soil & More Impacts, provides a systematic analysis of how integrated accounting methodologies can provide a framework for transforming the food sector.

2021
This report by Soil & More Impacts (on behalf of GLS Gemeinschaftsbank) evaluates and monetizes the sustainability risks for the German agricultural sector brought on by climate change and related factors. Only in German.

2020
The text, co-authored by TMG, evaluates the TEEBAgriFood report and summarizes the key findings: What characteristics define a functioning food system and what metrics can be used to measure the performance of this system?

2020
The report by TMG and Soil & More Impacts accompanies an online, free of charge inventory of evaluation frameworks, resources, databases, case studies, approaches, and additional information useful when conducting a TCA assessment in the field of agriculture and food systems.

2019
This article, co-authored by TMG explains briefly the TEEBAgriFood framework developed by the United Nations Environment and how to apply it for TCA.

2019
This perspective by TMG and others proposes to apply the TEEBAgriFood framework at policy, business and farm level in order to account for all social and environmental negative and positive externalities in global agriculture and food systems and reflect them in the economic system.

2018
This synthesis, co-authored by TMG, summarises the results and recommendations of TEEB for Agriculture and Food’s Scientific and Economic Foundations Report, which presents the theoretical framework for evaluation of externalities in the agri-food sector.

2017
Eosta BV presents the true cost of various fruits & vegetables and a TCA-based integrated profit & loss (IP&L) – written under supervision of Dr. Roel Drost (EY) and Tobias Bandel (Soil & More International).

2016
This concept developed by EY enables companies to measure the most essential aspects of their value creation, that would otherwise remain hidden or unmeasured.