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RSB ANNUAL
CONFERENCE 2022

28 November - 1 December︱Fully Virtual Event

 

RSB ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2022

RSB’s flagship event is back with four days of fully-virtual interactions and engagements for global stakeholders across the bioeconomy.

Join us from 28th November to 1st December for an inspiring selection of content that will empower you and your organisation to deliver on the promise of the bioeconomy. The final day will be for members only.

Positive Impacts and Collaboration: Delivering on the Promise of the Bioeconomy

In 2021, we laid the foundations to showcase the impact of RSB projects and programmes, collaborations and cutting-edge innovations that form the roadmap for global, sustainable and sector transitions in the bio-based and circular economy.

In 2022, as our focus moves from laying foundations to collaborating for action, we build on this progress to accelerate the global journey from risk mitigation to positive impacts.

RSB’s second fully-virtual Annual Conference will focus on building a positive impacts alliance – examining how to link impacts more closely to actions; deep-diving into pilots and prototypes; delving into incentive and support mechanisms; and much more.

WHAT TO EXPECT

From expert panels to practical case studies, industry insights to sector-specific action plans, and public networking opportunities to exclusive workshops on the RSB Standard, you can expect our most exciting itinerary yet.

Like last year, our virtual format will see our multi-stakeholder community engage over four days. You can look forward to:

  1. An interactive and streamlined experience on our virtual platform.

  2. Multiple sessions so that you can focus on the issues most important to you.

  3. Deep dives into our projects and programmes, focusing on how RSB’s members can further collaborate to deliver positive impact.

  4. Chamber sessions to bring RSB’s member groups together and initiate industry-wide efforts to advance the bio-based and circular economy.

  5. Practical workshops to get involved in key topics like book & claim, certification, and the update to RSB’s Principles & Criteria.

  6. Exclusive sessions for members to discuss, debate and decide on how RSB will shape the sustainable development of the bioeconomy.

  7. Breakouts and meeting rooms throughout the four days for one-on-one networking and even more engagement between participants.

  8. On-demand content all built into the virtual platform.

 
 

AGENDA

The RSB Annual Conference agenda will be available soon.

 

WHO ATTENDS

RSB’s Annual Conference is a reflection of our multi-stakeholder community – covering industry, civil society, academia and other public and private institutions across sectors such as aviation, shipping, textiles, chemicals and more.

Participants in 2021 included:

A.P. Moller-Maersk

ADR Rome Airport

AMEX GBT

Advanced Biofuels USA

Agroicone

Air New Zealand

Air bp

Airbus

Airlines for America

All Nippon Airways (ANA)

Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport

BASF

BioInnovate Africa

Bioledger

Boeing

Boom Technology

Boston Consulting Group

Braskem

Brazilian Bioinnovation Association (ABBI)

Business for Nature

CPH Lufthavn

Canopy Planet

Cargolux Airlines International SA

Cathay Pacific

Centre for Empowerment and Development

ClimateWorks Foundation

Coreo

DB Tarimsal Enerji

Delta Air Lines

E4tech

ECB Group

Environmental Defense Fund

Equitable Origin

Ethical Sugar

Ethiopian Airlines Group

Ethiopian Petroleum Supply Enterprise

European Bioplastics

European Commission

European Science Advisory Council (EASAC)

European Waste-to-Advanced Biofuels

Association (EWABA)

ExxonMobil

FLITE

Facebook

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United

Nations

French Ministry of Agriculture and Food / DGPE -

SDFE - SDFCB - BB

Gevo Inc.

Gold Standard Foundation

GoodFuels

Greatview Aseptic Packaging Manufacturing

Green Power Development Corporation Japan

Guidehouse

Haldor Topsoe AS

Hanwa Co., Ltd.

Hasbro

Heineken

 

Heriot-Watt University

IATA

INEOS

INOVYN

IRENA

Inter IKEA

International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. - IFF

JetBlue

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

Kenya Forestry Research Institute

Lanzajet

Lanzatech

Licella

Life Sciences Queensland Ltd.

Lithuanian Airports

Malaysian Biodiesel Association

Manildra Group

Microsoft

Ministry of Science and Technology, Government

of India

Mitsubishi Research Instituite, Inc.

NISA - Nordic Initiative for Sustainable Aviation

National Wildlife Federation (NWF)

Neste Oil

Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO)

Nuseed

Ocean Protocol

P&G Beauty

Perkins Coie LLP

Project Gaia

Provident Biofuels

Queensland Government

Raizen

Red Rock Biofuels

Rocky Mountain Institute

SAIPOL

Sasol

Shell

Singapore Airlines

SkyNRG

Smart Freight Centre

Solidaridad Network

South African Canegrowers Association

Steeper Energy Canada Ltd

Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance (SABA)

Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI)

Suzano

TUI Group

Target Corporation

Textile Exchange

TotalEnergies

UPM-Kymmene Corporation

United Airlines

United Nations World Food Program

Velocys

Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd

WWF

World Economic Forum

World Energy

Xpansiv CBL Holding Group (XCHG)