Nico Mumm, UNIA

Nico Mumm is a sustainability scientist at the University of Augsburg and an expert in eco and climate accounting for companies and products. His passion is to make sustainability measurable and comparable. As an engineer, he combines technical expertise and creative solution finding with a holistic understanding of sustainability. At corsus-corporate sustainability GmbH, he also advises companies and non-governmental organizations with a focus on sustainable food systems. Within this framework, he has already contributed his expertise in biodiversity impact assessment to a number of projects.


03/2023 - today

Augsburg University, Institute for Materials Resource Management
Position: Research Assistent , Biodiversity in Life Cycle Assessment

01/2022 – 02/2023

Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Chair Prof. Dr. Jan Paul Lindner, Position: Research Assistent

02/2020 – today

corsus – corporate sustainability GmbH,,
Position: Senior Consultant

10/2017 – 05/2019

Lavenir Bioscience AG, Position: Development Engineer

06/2015 – 09/2017

TU Hamburg, Department of Microsystems Engineering and Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering, Position: Research Assistant

07/2014 – 12/2014

Questmed GmbH, Position: Development Engineer

06/2012 – 07/2013

TU Hamburg, Institute for Production Management and Technology
Position: Research Assistant


10/2014 – 10/2017

TU Hamburg, Institute for Production Management and Technology, Position: Research Assistan

10/2010 – 10/2014

Hamburg University of Technology; bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, majoring in medical technology

Selected Publications:

Eberle, U.; Mumm, N.; Meier, T. (2020): Environmental impacts of the German food basket with a special focus on water use and water scarcity, Proceedings der 12. Int Food LCA Conference Oktober 2020