Mining and Metals

Seven trends shaping the future of the mining and metals industry

Automation - such as this driverless truck - and digitalization are two of the forces shaping the future of mining and metas Image: REUTERS/Melanie Burton - RC1E2E3671D0

Nicolas Maennling
Senior economics and policy researcher, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, Columbia Law School
Perrine Toledano
Head: Extractive Industries, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
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