Climate Change

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

Aluminium cans leave the production line at Ball Corporation, Wakefield, Britain, October 18, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Yates - RC1390683370

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

Renée van Heusden
Head, Oil & 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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