Critical Minerals & The UK’s Green Industrial Revolution
Updated: Oct 25
Recognising the UK Government's acknowledgement of the importance of critical minerals in achieving net-zero in their newly published Net Zero Strategy 2021, on 30th November 2021 the Critical Minerals Association (CMA), Geological Society of London Business Forum and the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), will be hosting an event "Critical Minerals & The UK’s Green Industrial Revolution".
The format for this hybrid event will be:
10:30 - 17:30 (UK time) | Live Streamed Conference at The Geological Society, Burlington House, London
19:00 - 21:30 (UK time) | In-Person Drinks Reception, Venue TBA - London
The conference will discuss what critical minerals are needed to combat climate change (EVs, low cost energy), what needs to be done in mining to combat climate change (ESG, LCAs), and what does the UK need to do to create a critical mineral supply chain.
You can sign-up to watch the entire live streamed conference, parts of it that are most interesting to you, or join us in-person at the drinks reception happening in London (venue TBA):
Make sure to select a ticket via link above as soon as possible to ensure you don't miss out!
Please note that although this is a free event, tickets are non-transferrable. Non-ticket holders will not be permitted entry.
We look forward to welcoming you to the event!
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Following this event the CMA's next breakfast chat on "Environmental, Social, Governance - Track, Trace & Provenance", will take place on Monday 8th November, 9am UK time. The event will explore the importance of track, trace and provenance in ensuring that the benefits of ESG compliance are kept throughout the supply chain. The speakers will be:
- Douglas Johnson-Poensgen, CEO & Co-founder of Circulor
- Nathan Dubrich, Head of Sales, Source Certain International
- Jamie Strauss, Founder of Digbee