Your climate strategy primarily depends on agriculture.

Our food system accounts for almost 30% of all global GHG emissions where agriculture alone is responsible for 70% of all freshwater withdrawals and is the primary cause of biodiversity loss worldwide.

Factoring in how, not only what farmers grow is essential to evaluate a product's impact.

Carbon Maps is the first environmental accounting platform dedicated to the food industry.

We are on a mission to help the food industry reduce its environmental impact by aggregating fragmented data across all stages of the food chain—from farmers to consumers—and carrying out simple, rapid, and auditable science-based calculations that translate into actionable insights.

Our founders

CEO

Patrick Asdaghi

Patrick is a serial entrepreneur having founded foodtechs FoodChéri and Seazon, acquired by the Sodexo Group in 2021, before co-founding Carbon Maps in December 2022. He is also an active business angel having invested in nearly 30 French Tech start-ups. Before creating FoodChéri, Patrick was CMO/CPO of LaFourchette.com, which became the European leader in online restaurant reservations, acquired by TripAdvisor in 2014. Patrick holds an engineering degree from Telecom Paris and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
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COO

Estelle Huynh

Estelle has acquired strong leadership and strategic skills through more than 14 years of experience with international organizations such as Bearing Point, Transatel (which was acquired by NTT) and Mojix, a traceability platform, where she held COO and CPO positions. As COO of Carbon Maps, Estelle uses her product, sales and customer relationship skills to develop an environmental accounting offering tailored to the agri-food sector. She holds a master's degree in strategy and management of information systems from Télécom Paris.
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Head of science

Jérémie Wainstain

Prior to co-founding Carbon Maps, Jérémie created The Green Data, a French start-up specializing in the development of data analytics solutions for agri-food companies. Jérémie is also the author of the book L'Équation Alimentaire, in which he endeavors to respond to the challenges posed by population growth and the environmental crisis in the agri-food sector by applying mathematical concepts. He holds a master's degree in solid state physics from École polytechnique, as well as a doctorate in the same field from the École normale supérieure.
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Our scientific committee

Our scientific committee comprises a diverse set of experts, including professors, researchers, and specialists from various fields such as environmental biophysics, agriculture, animal welfare, agronomy, and biodiversity. Their variety in expertise allows us to approach our work from multiple angles and ensure a well-rounded perspective.

Olivier Therond

Research Engineer at INRAE

Luc Mounier

Professor of animal welfare at VetAgro Sup

Christian Huyghe

Scientific Director of Agriculture at INRAE

Benoît Gabrielle

Professor in Environmental Biophysics at AgroParisTech

Christian Bockstaller

Research Engineer & Biodiversity Expert at INRAE
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LCA

Carbon Maps earns Bureau Veritas Certification

Carbon Maps' Life Cycle Assessment methodology conforms with ISO standards 14040, 14044 and 14067.
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Carbon Emissions

Complementing Reporting with Action: Leveraging Carbon Accounting and LCA for Emissions Reduction

What are the differences between these two tools and how are they complementary?
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Opinion

Do eco-labels on products have sufficient impact on consumers?

In the face of the climate crisis, environmental labelling has appeared on many consumer goods. While more and more consumers are paying attention, Patrick, Carbon Maps' cofounder and CEO, wonders about the real impact of these eco-labels.
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