The World BioEconomy Forum features a core team who are crucial to driving the activities of the Forum. Starting off this series of core team introductions is one of the founding members of the Forum, and also part of the critical advisory board, our Sustainability Expert Aida Greenbury.
Aida is passionate about sustainability, and she has been a prominent contributor and thought-leader in national and global debates about sustainability, landscape approach, forestry management, community engagement, responsible business, climate finance, trade and the future direction of Indonesia’s economy as it seeks to reduce its dependency on natural resources. Since 1995, she has played key roles at the largest plywood, forest plantation, pulp and paper and trading companies in Asia. Aida has also been a prominent contributor to, and thought-leader in, global media and events such as UNFCCC COP, the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Open Science, and the World BioEconomy Forum. She has been recognized in the Top 50 Power List at Pulp and Paper International, and a Top 100 Influencer and Top 100 Communicator by the Holmes Report a multitude of times.
Since its founding, Aida has been passionate about the World BioEconomy Forum, and she is excited to see the Forum now moving to Brazil, a crucial frontier in bioeconomy efforts within the global south.