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RSB Webinar: Chemicals & Polymers — Industry Insight & Action

RSB invites you to a panel discussion where we will explore solutions for the ongoing sustainable transformation of the chemicals & polymers sector. This event has passed, you can view a recording of the panel discussion below or on Youtube, […]

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Call for Proposals: 3rd Organisational Review of RSB

RSB is seeking a consultant, or team of consultants, with extensive knowledge of voluntary certification organisations, to undertake an external review of RSB’s strategy and operations based on a benchmark of RSB against similar organisations.  The review should enable the […]

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Building Europe’s first of its kind Alcohol-to-Jet production plant

Sustainable aviation fuel produced from waste-based ethanol resources The FLITE consortium, led by SkyNRG and with LanzaTech as the technology provider, will build the first-of-its-kind LanzaJetTM Alcohol to Jet (AtJ) facility. The facility will convert waste-based ethanol to sustainable aviation […]

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ICENECDEV Joins Humanitarian Call to Halt Nature Loss

RSB member ICENECDEV has joined with developmental and humanitarian organisations around the world to call on governments and heads of state to halt and reverse biodiversity loss and put nature and ecosystems on a path to recovery by 2030. The […]

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RSB, SA Canegrowers Research Points to SAF Potential in South Africa

RSB has been working with the South African Canegrowers Association (SA Canegrowers) to identify opportunities for South African sugarcane ethanol to access local and international biofuels markets, particularly for the production of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF).  The South African sugarcane industry is looking to […]

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RSB Publishes TOR for Development of a SAF Roadmap for Ethiopia

RSB is looking for a consultant and/or a consortium of consultants and interested parties to develop a Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) roadmap for Ethiopia in close collaboration with a group of Ethiopian stakeholders, which have been organised into a SAF […]

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Climate Related Risks

RSB welcomes INEOS Group, SA Canegrowers, Xpansiv to growing community of members

RSB’s community of members continues to grow, with organisations including INEOS Group, Xpansiv, and the South African Canegrowers’ Association joining in recent months to collaborate on driving the development of our best-in-class sustainability standard to support the needs of the […]

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RSB’s 2020 Annual Meeting Goes Digital

The RSB team is pleased to be able to give you some clarity around the 2020 RSB Annual Meeting. As you probably know, the intention was to host our meeting in San Francisco in October. This planning has inevitably been […]

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Soleá joins RSB to promote sustainable cultivation of Macaúba

RSB is very pleased to welcome Soleá to its worldwide community of members. Soleá is a Brazilian start up that aims to address global challenges of food, energy and sustainability through the cultivation of Macaúba. The fruit of the Macaúba palm […]

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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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