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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.

Exciting Updates from Our Members

Community News

New Directors Cement RSB’s Vision for a Sustainable and Circular Bioeconomy

This week RSB’s Board of Directors welcomed new leaders to drive the vision of this innovative, solutions-oriented and future-focused organisation. Having been involved and committed to RSB for many years, Maiju Helin of UPM Biofuels and Laurel Harmon of LanzaTech […]

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RSB expands footprint in Africa with new projects, members

Reflecting our commitment to regional representation, RSB’s drive for new members across sub-Saharan Africa in the first part of 2019 has seen us welcome 3 new organisations to our community: Solidaridad Network – Southern Africa in South Africa, ICENECDEV (International […]

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RSB to develop first-of-its-kind biofuels book and claim system for Maersk

A.P. Moller – Maersk is rolling out a flagship project with RSB to pass emissions savings from its use of alternative fuels on to its clients, with retail giant H&M among the first to benefit. RSB is developing a ‘book […]

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Understanding our Footprint: RSB in 2018

RSB is committed to the continuous monitoring, evaluation and improvement of our standard and certification system. Since 2016 we have been compiling our assessments into an annual public report to help our stakeholders recognise our work and how it is contributing to […]

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SkyNRG and KLM announce commitment to RSB Certification at new Dutch plant

Today in Amsterdam, SkyNRG and KLM announced the first European alternative aviation fuel plant. To be built by SkyNRG, KLM  has made a commitment to purchase 75, 000 tons of fuel per year over 10 years. With the plant due […]

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Tasma Bioenergy achieves first RSB Certification in Indonesia

Tasma Bioenergy, a biomass energy company, recently attained certification to RSB’s most robust sustainability standard – becoming the first company in Indonesia to demonstrate the high levels of social and environmental sustainability and greenhouse gas emission reductions required by RSB. […]

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RSB is Committed to Building Trust in the Waste and Residues Market

RSB has been reflecting on the recent criminal investigation of a Dutch biodiesel producer (not RSB-certified). The investigation centres on the producer potentially fraudulently selling more of its diesel as ‘sustainable’ than was possible, based on the volumes of feedstock […]

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New app to reduce the use of highly toxic pesticides

RSB, on behalf of the IPM Coalition, would like to invite you to download and use “Pesticides and Alternatives”, a new app specially designed to support the reduction of the use of highly toxic pesticides. In its first stage, the […]

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Interview: LanzaTech’s Laurel Harmon on why sustainability is at the core of all they do

Hi Laurel, thanks so much for sitting down with us today. It’s been a real pleasure to welcome you to our Board of Directors – your election is definitely reflection of your commitment to RSB! Firstly, can you tell us […]

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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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