Carbon & Nitrogen Accounting

Carbon & Nitrogen Accounting
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500+

U.S. and international colleges and universities use SIMAP


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Only footprint tool with both carbon and nitrogen accounting


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Trusted Partners: Second Nature, GRITS, AASHE


What is SIMAP®?

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SIMAP® (Sustainability Indicator Management & Analysis Platform) is a carbon and nitrogen-accounting platform that offers campuses a simple, comprehensive, and affordable online tool to track, analyze, and improve campus-wide sustainability. The mission of SIMAP®  is to help institutions, colleges and universities track their footprints so they can meet their sustainability goals as effectively and efficiently as possible. 

Our proven algorithms are based on nearly two decades of work supporting campus inventories with the Campus Carbon Calculator, CarbonMAP and Nitrogen Footprint Tool. SIMAP® helps users:

  • carbon and nitrogen icons
    Create a baseline
  • Benchmark performance
  • Create reports
  • Set goals
  • Analyze progress year over year
  • Choose from two subscription tier options
  • Access resources

Learn more

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Sample data charts

EVENTS, UPDATES & RESOURCES

 UPCOMING EVENTS

May 31 - June 3
International Nitrogen Initiative Conference

Interested in learning more about nitrogen?
>> Register for the free, virtual conference.

July 30, 1-2:30 p.m. EST
Webinar: "GRITS Goals: A Powerful New Tool for Climate Action Planning" 

>> Register

 UPDATES

>> New functionality was released on January 19, 2021, including the 2020 version of emission factorsbiogenic updates20-year GWPsair travel methods selections, and commuting data entry guidance

 RESOURCES

>> Check out the slide set and recording of our April 2021 SIMAP and Second Nature webinar on reporting.

>> Read our April 2021 newsletter

>> Check out our 5-minute training videos, which cover SIMAP data reviewsthe local nitrogen footprintUNH's carbon footprint, and UNH's food nitrogen footprint

 

More Training Resources

Questions?  Contact us!