Project Manager, Sustainability

Amelia Miles

Amelia Miles-updated (400 x 400 px)
Based in North America

Amelia Miles collects, analyzes and communicates data on sustainability issues related to the copper industry, such as climate change, recycling, water stewardship, energy and human rights. She monitors the latest developments in Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) space and manages projects that provide members with scientific data to promote responsible practices.  

Amelia played a pivotal role in updating sustainability-related materials for the International Copper Association’s (ICA) website, ensuring transparency and availability of sustainability data for the copper industry. She brings her expertise from her MS degree in Sustainability Management to her global analyses and enjoys learning about regional differences in sustainability issues from her colleagues and members all over the world. Outside of the office, Amelia enjoys coaching a local girls’ soccer team and exploring D.C., as well as making time to visit her family in South Carolina, U.S.

The copper industry plays a pivotal role in sustainable development. We have the opportunity to be a leader in sustainable production practices while producing a metal that is vital to a sustainable future.” 

Latest Resources from Amelia Miles

ICA Members Use Innovation to Drive Progress Toward the UN SDGs

Amelia Miles

Due to its applications in electrification and clean energy, copper is essential for the transition to a low-carbon economy, but copper must be produced responsibly to truly enable a sustainable…

ICA has a committed team of global advocates, scientists and market experts who advise policymakers and the value chain on key issues for the copper industry.