Olivier Geneviève is an economist trained at the University of Lyon 2 (France) and the University of São Paulo (Brazil). He is a Professor in International Trade at INSEEC (Lyon). As a specialist of social conditions in the sugar/energy sector, he founded Ethical Sugar in 2003. As a member of Bonsucro since 2006 and RSB since 2008, Ethical Sugar regularly publishes reports about the sugar/energy sector, with regards to socio-environmental impacts. Since 2004, Ethical Sugar has been organising multi-stakeholder meetings, including in Brazil, with labour unions, companies and NGOs about social conditions in the sugar cane sector. Ethical Sugar also has an observer status at the International Sugar Union, with an accreditation from UNCTAD and IEA as a specialist on social questions in the sector of agro-energies.
Kenya Forestry Research Institute - KEFRI (Kenya) - Chamber 5 - UN, Governments and Research
Meshack has been employed by KEFRI since 1990 and is now a Principal Research Officer charged with problem analysis, project development and management, science writing, formulation of policy briefs, information dissemination, monitoring and evaluation, training, partnerships and networking.
Centre for Empowerment and Development (Nepal) - Chamber 3 - Social
Laxman Neupane, is the Manager for the Centre for Empowerment and Development (CED) Nepal based in Bhaisepati, Lalitpur, Nepal. He joined CED Nepal in 2013 working for the Governance, Human Development and Sustainability Program, and promotes sustainable smallholder biofuels in Nepal.
Business Development Advisor at Green Aviation Research and Development Network (Canada) - Chamber 5 - UN, Governments & Research
Kateryna is currently completing a Master’s degree in Strategic eco design at Université de Montréal and has experience working with sustainable business strategies in the aviation industry, particularly with the emerging sector of alternative aviation fuels.
The RSB offers trusted, credible tools and solutions for sustainability and biomaterials certification that mitigate business risk, fuels the bioeconomy and contributes to the UN Sustainable Development Goals that enables restoration of ecosystems and the promotion of food security.
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