RCI partners with several organisations to support the common goal: a sustainable chemical and material industry
bioplastics MAGAZINE is the global number-one trade magazine dedicated to “Renewable Carbon Plastics”. Since its founding in 2006 bioplastics MAGAZINE has first focused exclusively on bioplastics, i.e. plastics from renewable resources and/or biodegradable plastics. In early 2021 bioplastics MAGAZINE opened up the editorial focus to include topics of CCU (Carbon Capture & Utilisation) and Advanced Recycling in the context of plastic materials.
CO2 Value Europe
CO2 Value Europe is a non-profit organisation representing the community of Carbon Capture Utilisation (CCU) in Europe. Its main goal is to create a more sustainable industry good for the climate and for the economy in fostering the market deployment of a broad set of innovative technologies which can recycle CO2 emissions into useful products such as fuels, materials and chemicals.
European Circular Bioeconomy Fund (ECBF)
ECBF is the first venture fund exclusively dedicated to investing in growth-stage companies in the European bioeconomy, including the circular bioeconomy.
The mission of the Global CO2 Initiative (GCI) at the University of Michigan is to get CO2 capture and use recognized and implemented as a mainstream climate solution.
Industrielle Biotechnologie Bayern Netzwerk GmbH (IBB)
IBB is convinced of the need to abandon fossil resources for the production of chemicals, materials and fuels, for their use is neither sustainable, nor environmentally friendly, nor suitable for protecting the climate.
Institut für Kunststofftechnik - University of Stuttgart
The Institut für Kunststofftechnik focuses its attention on plastic products. Plastics engineering concentrates on the interaction between material, process and product, in order to increase manufacturability and usability properties, intenting to create innovative plastic products which are resource efficient and marketable.
“Our mission is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. From our experience as the world’s leading independent conservation body, we know that the well-being of people, wildlife and the environment are closely linked. That’s why we take an integrated approach to our work.”