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RSB launches report and infographic on SAF stakeholder meeting in South Africa

6 months ago, RSB hosted the South African SAF Stakeholder Meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa. Since then, much has happened in developing the SAF economy worldwide, including some exciting news coming from RSB’s collaborative network.

However, there is still much work to do in South Africa to develop this important sector.

And so, to incentivise continued discussions and learnings from the event, RSB is proud to share event report and roadmap infographic, which both outline the key conversations held at the event, outcomes, and the next steps that can be undertaken to make SAF a sustainable reality in the region.

We hope the event report and roadmap infographic provide the catalyst for further engagement among local stakeholders, and encourage the required collaboration to develop the national SAF sector.


RSB is committed to advancing the bio-based and circular economy, especially when it comes to SAF. As well as our work in South Africa, we have also been engaging in exciting work in Brazil and Ethiopia – two countries with massive potential in developing developing this sector.

As part of the ‘Fuelling the Sustainable Bioeconomy‘ powered by The Boeing Company, we will soon be sharing findings similar to this work from the programme at RSB’s flagship event, the fully-virtual Annual Conference, which takes place from 28th November to 1st December. This four-day event promises an inspiring selection of content that will empower you and your organisation to deliver on the promise of the bioeconomy.

If you’d like to join Boeing, Sasol and Neste in sponsoring a session or the event as whole, please click here.

RSB will continue to support South African stakeholders in developing the capacity and skills to bolster the local SAF economy, with strong sustainability principles at its core – in partnership with long-term partner WWF South Africa



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