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RSB’s team in the time of coronavirus: Stephen Wetmore

RSB’s global team are used to working remotely, but we are all making adjustments to respond to the changing situations we find ourselves in. With team members in 8 countries we thought we’d take the opportunity to introduce you to […]

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RSB’s team in the time of coronavirus: Carolina Grassi

RSB’s global team are used to working remotely, but we are all making adjustments to respond to the changing situations we find ourselves in. With team members in 8 countries we thought we’d take the opportunity to introduce you to […]

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RSB’s team in the time of coronavirus: Tina Gyane

RSB’s global team are used to working remotely, but we are all making adjustments to respond to the changing situations we find ourselves in. With team members in 8 countries we thought we’d take the opportunity to introduce you to […]

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RSB’s team in the time of coronavirus: Hannah Walker

RSB’s global team are used to working remotely, but we are all making adjustments to respond to the changing situations we find ourselves in. With team members in 8 countries we thought we’d take the opportunity to introduce you to […]

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Stahl becomes newest member, commits to RSB certification

Stahl, world leader in specialty chemistry for coatings, processing and treatments for many everyday materials, has joined the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB). As a member of the RSB, Stahl can access the expertise of RSB community members all over […]

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A note from RSB on our response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

As the world adjusts to the global COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to let you know a little about how RSB is responding to this new crisis. Like all of you in this amazing community of sustainability professionals, our team are […]

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Seminar: RSB & Biomass Certification – 20 Feb 2020

RSB invites you to join its Executive Director, Rolf Hogan, at a seminar on the 20th of February 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. RSB has been recognised for biomass certification in Japan and Rolf Hogan will be in the country to […]

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RSB’s Community Collaborates to Build a Sustainable Transformation Roadmap

Looking to unlock the hundreds of years collective experience and expertise present at our Annual Meeting, RSB experimented with an exciting new format to bring attendees front and centre in a collaborative approach to developing a roadmap for the sustainable […]

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RSB looks to the future with key aviation players

The RSB Annual Meeting has once again played host to aviation industry experts as RSB continues to cement its position as the standard of choice for sustainability-committed industry leaders. In 2019, RSB continued to contribute towards the ongoing development of […]

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Community Members

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The following documents are available to members upon request:

RSB Impact Assessment Guidelines

RSB Rural and social Development Guidelines

RSB Food Security Guidelines

RSB Conservation Impact Assessment Guidelines

RSB Soil Impact Assessment Guidelines

RSB Water Impact Assessment Guidelines

RSB Guidelines for Land Rights

RSB Corn Stover Protocol

 

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RSB & US Corn Stover Protocol

The RSB worked with partners in the USA to develop a protocol to assist auditors and producers in assessing the volumes of corn stover that can be removed from fields without having a detrimental impact on the ecosystem. Stakeholders involved in the development of the protocol included the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), NRCS Soil Science Division, the USDA Agricultural Research Service as well as US-based industrial and NGO participants.

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