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2021 Draft Programme of Activities

Find out what RSB has planned for members in 2021 by reviewing our draft activity programme.

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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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RSB’s Community Collaborates At 2019 Annual Meeting

With purpose and commitment RSB’s members and stakeholders gather each year at RSB’s Annual Meeting and 2019 was no different. Our community of bioeconomy leaders — covering producers, end users, NGOs, public organisations and academics — come together to build […]

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Solaris oil to pave the way for scaling up RSB-certified sustainable local fuel supply in South Africa

2016 saw South African Airways (SAA) perform Africa’s first flight powered by Sustainable Aviation Fuel produced from Sunchem’s nicotine-free tobacco plant Solaris. It was refined by World Energy Fuels in the USA, supplied by SkyNRG and supported by Boeing. This momentous […]

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RSB Joins Global Business Coalition to Take Action for Nature

Last month, RSB officially joined the Business for Nature coalition of businesses and organisations seeking to reverse the global biodiversity loss crisis by 2030. Aiming to provide a united business voice that can demonstrate and amplify existing commitments to protecting […]

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INOVYN Launches a New Generation of PVC, with a 100% RSB-Certified Sustainable Supply Chain

The world’s first certification to RSB’s new Advanced Products Standard was announced today, with the launch of INOVYN’s latest generation of PVC with a 100% RSB-certified supply chain. For the production of BIOVYNTM fossil feedstock has been substituted with bio-attributed ethylene […]

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The FPIC-360 Tool for Monitoring and Verifying Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC)

Equitable Origin (EO) and RSB are delighted to have received replication grant funding from the ISEAL Innovation Fund to continue the development of the FPIC-360° tool for monitoring and verifying Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in an EO initiative in partnership […]

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RSB in the ICAO Environmental Report

ICAO has launched its 2019 ICAO Environmental Report “Destination Green: The Next Chapter” where you can read about RSB’s leadership in the aviation industry in a section titled: Preparing for Take-Off: RSB and the Role of the Standard in Driving […]

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Blue Angel Recommends RSB as Only System to Fulfil their Criteria in New Study

Germany (and the world’s) oldest eco label, Blauer Engel (Blue Angel), recently conducted research that showed that RSB is the only certification system for biomass that fulfil their own rigorous requirements to be recognised under their own approach. This 147-page […]

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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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