Advisory Board

Get to know the members of the Renewable Carbon Initiative’s advisory board. Together, they shape the way RCI supports and speeds up the transition from fossil carbon to renewable carbon for all organic chemicals and materials.

Beiersdorf

At Beiersdorf we intend to live up to our responsibility as a global company and make a significant contribution towards limiting global warming. ersdorf we intend to live up to our responsibility as a global company and make a significant contribution towards limiting global warming.

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Cosun Beet Company

“As one of the greenest and most innovative sugar beet processors, Cosun Beet Company is very enthusiastic about the Renewable Carbon Initiative, and a firm believer of working together towards a fossil free world”. 

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Covestro

“At Covestro, we are convinced that through partnerships and initiatives like the RCI, we can accelerate the transition towards a GHG neutral chemical industry and achieve the switch to a fossil-free raw material base for our operations.”

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Henkel

“Henkel has pioneered in its industry with the commitment to become climate positive. We strongly support die Renewable Carbon Initiative as an outstanding enabler to replace all fossil based raw and pack materials. Proud to be part of it.”

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LanzaTech

“We must accelerate the implementation of all new approaches to support our war on carbon and the RCI embodies this by bringing together all sustainable solutions to reduce, recycled and reuse carbon!”

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Lenzing

“Lenzing supports the Renewable Carbon Initiative as it is on the one hand just the right thing to do and on the other fully in line with our corporate strategy – it will be an important nucleus for greening the textile and nonwovens value chains.”

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Neste

“By becoming a member of the Renewable Carbon Initiative, Neste wishes to promote the concept of replacing virgin fossil oil with renewable and circular carbon solutions in order to accelerate the necessary transformation in the materials business.”

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nova-Institut

“Industry has to go beyond using renewable energy. All fossil carbon use has to end, as the carbon contained in the molecules of chemicals and plastics is prone to end up in the atmosphere sooner or later. Only a full phase-out of fossil carbon will help to prevent a further increase in CO2 concentrations.”

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SHV Energy

SHV Energy is a leading global distributor of off-grid energy such as LPG and LNG and proud of our role as pioneer in bio based and renewable energy solutions such as bioLPG (also known as renewable propane). Our global brands include Calor, Ipragaz, Liquigas, Primagaz and Supergasbras. With these companies, we make it our mission to provide decentralised, low-carbon and clean energy solutions to 30 million business and residential customers who are not on the energy grid. We encourage and enable customers to switch from the most highly polluting fuels, such as coal and heating oil, to LPG and LNG (which can be produced from bio-based and recycled carbon), resulting not only in significant reduction in carbon dioxide, but also reduced particulate matter and NOx emissions.

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Stahl

“Renewable Carbon is the key to sustainable chemistry. By establishing it as a strategic foundation of our business, we can succeed in reducing our own environmental impact and, more importantly, that of our customers too.”

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Unilever

“Unilever is excited to join the Renewable Carbon Initiative, and engage with visionary businesses and innovators who share our desire to eliminate our reliance on fossil fuels, including as a feedstock for chemicals. Joining the RCI will help us achieve our ambition to make 100% of the organic chemicals in Unilever’s cleaning brands from renewable and recycled carbon sources by 2030.”

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UPM

„Renewable carbon from sustainable sources will accelerate the transformation of the chemical industry and offer brand owners and material producers exciting new opportunities for improving their environmental performance. “

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