Mining and Metals

The answer to the aluminium industry's emissions issue? Aluminium's infinite recyclability

Over 90% of current aluminium emissions are associated with primary production.

Renée van Heusden

Head, Oil and Gas Industry, World Economic Forum

Jörgen Sandström

Head, Transforming Industrial Ecosystems, World Economic Forum Geneva

Shaun Chau

ANZ Sustainability Lead, Accenture

Mary Puleo

Manager, North America Chemicals and Natural Resources, Accenture

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