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Speakers announced! Take a look at who’ll be presenting at the RSB Innovations Meeting, in partnership with P&G

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The RSB Innovations Meeting, in partnership with Procter & Gamble (P&G), is almost here and we can’t wait to welcome our members and invited stakeholders to Cincinnati, USA for the second edition of this event.

Taking place on 7th February 2024, the RSB Innovations Meeting will bring regional and global transition leaders together to dig into the role of policy in helping the growth of a sustainable biocircular economy – and the ways in which positive impacts can be incentivised.

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SPEAKERS

Take a look below at our confirmed speakers – with more to be confirmed soon!

  • Steve Csonka (Executive Director, CAAFI)
  • Matt Langholz (Natural Resource & Environmental Economist, ORNL / DOE)
  • Matt Luetje (Chief Operating Officer, CoverCress)
  • Jeff McDaniel (VP New Projects, Velocys)
  • Karyn Jones (Director of Sustainability, Gevo, Inc.)
  • Daniel Lieberman (Global Sustainability Strategy & Engagement Lead, Nuseed)
  • Himlal Baral (Senior Scientist – Climate Change, Energy and Low Carbon Development, CIFOR-ICRAF)

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AGENDA

Click here to read the latest agenda. Alternatively, take a look below at what’s in store.

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Looking at the role of policy and standards in unlocking positive impacts for livelihoods and ecosystems, this session aims to grow confidence in the full spectrum of feedstocks that we need to invest in for the bioeconomy.

In this session, we explore the current status of policy to unlock sustainable feedstocks and their supply chains. We will hear from experts from sectors that traditionally do not work together yet whose supply chains will rely on the same feedstock resource base in the transition away from fossil.

Breaking out into working groups, we will explore several key feedstock types including those with low iLUC and biodiversity positive impacts, to begin developing strategies to reach sustainable scale.

Finally, we explore the role of global initiatives and civil society in supporting brands and other end users to generate the demand needed to turn sustainable feedstock opportunities into a reality, connecting customers and end users to a range of positive sustainability impacts.

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HOW TO REGISTER

RSB members have already been sent a link to register via email.

If you are an RSB member and have not yet received an invite to register, please email RSB Membership & Events Officer, Aléz Odendaal, at alez.odendaal [@] rsb.org

Seating it limited, so if you haven’t yet registered, do it now!

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