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The RSB Transition Leaders Forum, in partnership with The Boeing Company and Neste, is less than a month away – and we are thrilled to share the latest updates on our agenda and venue!
Exclusive to RSB members and invited stakeholders, the RSB Transition Leaders Forum is a cross-sectoral event for RSB members and invited guests to scale a sustainable biocircular economy in South-East Asia and beyond, on 22nd May 2023.
We are delighted to announce that this event will be hosted at the ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay in Singapore.
“The hotel is committed to sustainability and climate action to deliver a guest experience that cares for the environment, integrating eco-friendly practices in holistic approach encompassing energy, water, waste and carbon management to achieve its green goals.”
For more on the hotel, click here.
For details on our latest agenda , see below…
8:30am – 9:00am
Registration and welcome coffee
Atrium Ballroom at ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay
9:00am – 9:45am
9:45am – 10:45am
Ensuring Credible Claims with Sustainable Supply Chains
At a fundamental level, all organisations are on an urgent path to decarbonisation. But getting that right and ensuring that decarbonisation is linked to broader positive impacts is where Transition Leaders can set themselves apart – and create really credible claims to fulfil consumer demand for truly sustainable products. In this session, we will explore how organisations can make the right decisions today that will ensure credible claims and regulatory compliance.
10:45am – 11:15am
11:15am – 12:45pm
Sustainable Feedstock, Sustainable Landscapes
Transitioning to a bio-based and circular economy requires industries to switch from fossil to renewable feedstock. In this session we will explore how sustainability considerations are being integrated in feedstock assessments and sourcing, and how important it is for sustainability to be integrated in the very design of the biocircular economy transition in order to achieve wider sustainability impact. Here, we will also address the issue of cross-sectoral competition for feedstock, as well as discuss how we could turn this challenge into an opportunity.
12:45pm – 2:15pm
2:15pm – 3:30pm
Bioeconomy’s Real Impact: Sustainability in Practice
In this session, we will dig deep into what must underpin all biocircular economy development: a robust foundation in sustainability that takes into account local context and supports positive social and environmental impacts. During this session we will explore what ‘sustainability’ really means in the biocircular economy context, how it is defined and by who, and the regional adaptations and approaches that need to be considered to make it truly practical – and credible. Join us to learn how transition leaders can create an aligned understanding of what sustainability means – to give a clear and consistent message to their supply chain in order to facilitate the development of products that really meet the expectations of brand, consumer and regulator.
3:30pm – 3:45pm
3:45pm – 4:45pm
Sustainable Futures: Financing the Biocircular Economy
Unlocking the potential for sustainable feedstock around the world and linking this into existing supply chains will require financial institutions to take big steps into the bioeconomy – a realm outside traditional commodity and energy investing. In a global boom of potential projects, selecting the most impactful remains a challenge. Analysing projects through a lens that looks beyond just the GHG emissions impact, but to also consider the more nuanced topics of social impacts and broader environmental benefits that are increasingly on the radar of policy makers and public perception is essential to future-proofing investments in a world in flux. This session will explore how financiers can advance projects that both support a global shift to nature-based solutions – and generate value. Topics include the new ASEAN green taxonomy, ESG expectations in the region, and the role of financiers in project development.
4:45pm – 5:00pm
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Skyline Bar at ParkRoyal Collection Marina Bay
For the full agenda, click here.
If you are an RSB member and didn’t receive an email inviting you to register to the event, please contact RSB’s Membership & Events Officer, Aléz Odendaal.
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