Climate Change

Why addressing the aluminium industry’s carbon footprint is key to climate action

More reliance on renewables, and carbon capture and storage will help lower damaging aluminium-related emissions Image: REUTERS/Andrew Yates

Renée van Heusden

Head of Oil and Gas Industry, World Economic Forum

Morrison Harry

Managing Director, Accenture Strategy, Accenture

Mary Puleo

Manager, North America Chemicals and Natural Resources, Accenture

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