Circular Copper: Building a Culture of Sustainability Without Waste
Resource conservation and waste reduction are essential to a circular economy and greener future. ICA members and representatives from the policy and sustainability sectors come together for a discussion on the future of urban mining, the role of copper in the circular economy and the copper industry’s global recycling initiatives.
DATE: 26 May 2021 at 9:00 a.m. EDT
LOCATION: Virtually via LinkedIn. Questions via our live chat are encouraged!
The International Copper Association is excited to host a panel discussion, focusing on the world’s concerted shift to the sustainable use of resources and development of the circular economy. Expert speakers from the copper, policy and sustainability sectors will come together to explore the future of urban mining and the role of the copper industry in global recycling initiatives.
In a live, interactive LinkedIn event, ICA invites all who wish to join the conversation on #circularcopper.
Circular Copper: Building A Culture of Sustainability Without Waste
Wednesday, 26 May, 9:00 a.m-10:00 a.m.
- David McGinty , Global Director, Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy (PACE), World Resources Institute
- Kunal Sinha , Global Commercial Lead, Glencore Recycling
- Adam Estelle , Director of Rod and Bar, Copper Development Association
Moderator: Laurent Chokoualé Datou , Vice President of Public Affairs, International Copper Association
Follow the #circularcopper conversation on ICA’s LinkedIn and Twitter (@ThinkCopper)
Join ICA and its members in building a culture of sustainability—without waste: https://sustainablecopper.org/circular-copper
For media inquiries, please contact Nicole.Witoslawski@Copperalliance.org