ESG data analysis, CSRD-compliant across the board

Identify relevant ESG topics and KPIs in the context of dual materiality with our experts, calculate CO2 balance sheet and report in accordance with reporting requirements.

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Compliant with global standards

Planted solves the essential challenges for CSRD strategy and reporting

ESG Self-Assessment

CO2 balance

Double materiality analysis

ESG Self-Assessment

Quick check: initial overview of sustainability performance

Survey company activities and identify material ESG issues

Analysis of existing activities, identification of material ESG issues and an initial assessment of ESG performance.

Understanding ESG analysis and recognizing potential for improvement

Planted helps to understand current benchmarks, close gaps and achieve better sustainability results.

Define ESG strategy and objectives

Integrate or set up improvement potentials in the ESG strategy. Set goals that are in line with the company's long-term vision.

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CO2 balance

Calculating the carbon footprint for the environmental sector and laying the foundation for the decarbonization strategy

Simple data acquisition

70% time saving compared to Excel
Data required for a CSRD-compliant balance sheet
Cross-site calculation

TÜV certified calculation

Based on current emissions database
Extrapolation in the absence of primary data
Aggregated data calculation for Scope 1-3

The corporate carbon footprint with Planted

Includes Scope 1 to 3
Greenhouse Gas Protocol
Identification of CO2 hotspots
Compatible with the Global Reporting Initiative
Reference values for easy understanding
CSRD Key Figures
Multiple locations possible
API integration

Resource and time savings thanks to flexible system connection and data interfaces

Materiality analysis

Double materiality developed together with auditors

Determine double materiality in accordance with CSRD

Implement materiality matrix based on the ESRS
Determination of financial and impact materiality (outside-in and inside-out)
Validated by auditors
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How the materiality analysis works

Consultation appointment

Clarification of the organizational framework conditions and the status quo by our experts.


Development of the content of the materiality including stakeholder analysis with the planned experts and auditors.


Comprehensive preparation of the results of the materiality analysis.

Results analysis

Definition of next steps and recommendations from the experts.

On the right path to CSRD

Your benefits of measurably
improved sustainability performance

Competitive leader

Early engagement with the reporting guidelines leads to differentiation from the competition.

Enhanced corporate image

Customers (B2B and B2C) prioritize working with companies that focus on ESG.

Advantages for investors

Investors take ESG criteria and ratings into account in their decisions.

High order volume

Competitive advantage leads to more profitable orders and rising sales.

Next Step: Reduction

Setting and actively implementing CO2 reduction targets

Reducing internal emissions is the prerequisite for sustainability without greenwashing. Reduce your internal CO2 emissions cost-effectively now.

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FAQ on data analysis

What is the double materiality analysis?

On the one hand, the analysis looks at the impact of business activities on people, the environment and society. Secondly, it looks at the influence of sustainability factors, such as climate change or the scarcity of resources, on the company's success and future cash flow. The implementation of the materiality analysis is required for companies in connection with the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD). At Planted, we support your company in preparing the materiality analysis and work closely with auditors to do so.

Which companies have to prepare a CO2 balance sheet?

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) makes the carbon footprint mandatory for almost 15,000 companies in Germany. The directive initially focuses on large companies, but small companies as suppliers or service providers are already affected by the reporting obligation. This is because large companies require information on these sustainability activities for their reporting.

What is the ESG assessment important for?

The ESG assessment is a short quick check of your company that provides an initial overview of your sustainability performance. A questionnaire is used to survey your company's activities and identify key ESG issues. This allows an assessment of ESG performance to take place. Our experts then help you to identify the potential for improvement and achieve better sustainability results. These results can then be used to draw up an ESG strategy.

What scopes does the calculation of the carbon footprint for companies include?

The calculation of CO2 emissions for companies is based on the GHG Protocol and includes Scope 1 to 3. In addition, the emissions are classified into a company sector in the following presentation.

How does CO2 balancing work?

The carbon footprint is calculated automatically within the Planted sustainability platform. The first step is to identify the most relevant sources of emissions in the company divisions and enter the corresponding data in our CO2 calculator. Our experts are on hand to provide advice.