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42% of European companies have not yet made a commitment to net zero emissions or carbon neutrality.​

Globally, 50% of consumers say they are more environmentally friendly, in Indonesia it is 86%, in Vietnam and the Philippines 74%, in Egypt 68% and in the United Arab Emirates 67% (Global Consumer Insights Pulse Survey PwC, 2021).

At the same time, regulations, particularly in Europe, are aligning with emerging consumer trends. As an example, in April 2021, the European Commission adopted a proposal to strengthen the requirements of corporate sustainability reporting, already mandatory since 2014. These facts, which continue to grow, are pushing organizations to rethink their strategy to reduce their environmental impact. Looking to take action on your organization's environmental impact but don't know where to start? With the Tool for Environmental Measurement and Assessment, you can measure the environmental impact of the life cycle of your products and services, or of your organization, and quantify your externalities. You can then define action plans to limit your impacts and act on your value chain. 


Benefits of Tool for Environmental Assessment and Measurement 

albumPower and flexibility of the solution

Modeling for any system representing different operations related to products and processes.

devicesEasy to use

An intuitive and easy-to-use interface for modeling via multi-level structures (Russian dolls principle), to simply carry out the eco-design of a product/service via predefined bases, whether you are an expert or not.

access_timeTime saving

Carry out in a few days LCAs, eco-design, environmental product declarations and calculate externalities to define your strategy and action plans.

Taking into account sustainability issues throughout the value chain of a product or service is now a major element of value creation. To do so in a serious, opposable and constructed manner requires the use of robust, efficient and innovative methodologies and tools. Based on the international methodology of Life Cycle Assessment, our Tool for Environmental Assessment & Measurement solution provides quantified results that are the key to true social and environmental innovation in terms of supply, impact analysis and eco-design. In other areas, notably in the development of impact analysis, monetization such as E P&L or Sustainability P&L, our solution is at the heart of the reactor of these calculation methodologies.

Sylvain Lambert , Partner, ESG Platform, Sustainability Leader, PwC France & Maghreb



Standard offer
8,000 € A multi-user license (20 max)
  • Configuration & Integration of the solution (with its databases).
  • Maintenance included for the first year: updates of the solution, an update of the database.
  • Customer success for questions related to the installation and use of the tool.
Premium Offer
On demand
  • PwC accompanies you on your needs, either via coaching to make you autonomous, or by carrying out the study for you, from a simple LCA to a complete EP&L.

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Why conduct a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)?
  • Control the environmental impact of your products and services: you monitor their various sources of impact and identify which ones to act on to reduce your environmental footprint.
  • Avoid pollution transfer: you identify the vectors of pollution transfer in order to act on them.
  • Switch to eco-design: you can consider several designs or technical solutions to produce a product and identify the least impacting from an environmental point of view.
  • Compare yourself to your peers: you can position yourself against your competitors in terms of environmental footprint.
  • Meet or anticipate your customers' needs.​
Why carry out a Sustainable P&L?

Monetization allows non-financial reporting to go beyond traditional reporting and to value the impact of the company on society.

A sustainable P&L measures the environmental and social/societal impact of a company's activities through a monetary value. The sustainable P&L account internalizes the externalities of companies, making their impacts visible and comparable, in order to drive sustainable development strategies.

The Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L), which measures only environmental impacts, is the most common type of sustainable P&L (focus on one pillar).

The benefits of Sustainable P&L are:

  • Identify in its value chain where the company has the most impact.
  • Facilitate decision making by monetizing impacts.
  • Anticipate risks and identify opportunities, as well as actions to be taken.
  • Evaluate the company's environmental performance annually.
  • Be transparent to stakeholders and raise awareness of impacts.
What are the data sources used to perform the environmental life cycle impact assessment of products or services?
  • Process data related to products or services are essential: energy consumption, raw material consumption, air and water emissions, waste generation,... 
  • The data collection stage is the critical stage of the project because it can take time. 
  • For secondary data (raw material and energy production, etc.), LCA databases can be implemented in the solution (e.g. Ecoinvent).​
What is the process of modeling a product or service?
  • Clarification of the need, objectives and scope, data collection, modeling, calculations, interpretation of the results, writing of the synthesis or detailed report, potentially a critical review are the key and iterative steps of a life cycle approach. 
  • The definition of the objectives is key at the beginning of the project to ensure that the results obtained correctly meet them. ​
Why identify its impacts? Why identify the issues at stake with regard to its products/services/activities within its value chain?

Identifying your impacts allows you to have a better vision of your stakes in order to build a relevant strategy, and thus to identify your action plans to be implemented.

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