- Environmental data
- Social data
- Verification/certification data
- Trade flows
- Linking company activities back to the region of production
- Identifying importing countries
What data do you provide?
Trase provides data on related to agricultural commodity supply chains, revealing the links to environmental and social risks in tropical forest regions, and creating opportunities to improve the sustainability of how these commodities are produced, traded and consumed. Trase maps the links between consumer countries via trading companies to the places of production in unprecedented detail for key commodities, covering the entire exports from particular countries. It shows how commodity exports are linked to specific environmental and social risks where they are produced, allowing companies, governments and others to understand the risks and identify opportunities for more sustainable production.
Where and how do you source your data?
Trase brings together data from a range of different sources, including trade data, government data, and monitoring data on companies’ deforestation commitments and on environmental and social indicators, including deforestation, water, biodiversity, greenhouse gas emissions, rural development and livelihoods.
Who are the data users?
Trase is relevant for companies, financial institutions, and government bodies interested in the sustainability of activities in agricultural commodity supply chains.
What is the cost for your data offering?
Free of charge.