Mining and Metals

How can we accelerate decarbonization methods in the mining and cement industry?

Mining and cement have traditionally been seen by the media and public as carbon intensive industries. Image: Unsplash/ CHUTTERSNAP

Thomas Schulz

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Mining and Metals

Thomas Schulz, CEO at FLSmidth
Thomas Schulz, CEO at FLSmidth

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