The UN has described the net-zero transition as a complete transformation of how we produce, power, consume and move about. For many sectors, such as energy, that transition, while far from simple, is already well underway. But what about the industries that produce the raw materials needed to build and construct a more sustainable future? Steel, aluminum, and cement have traditionally been carbon-intensive and considered hard to abate. If we are to hit net-zero targets, how can these industries be part of the solution? Join us as we discuss financing change in the materials industry.
Points of discussion
How can the materials industries be a part of a more sustainable future?
How are they addressing Net-Zero transition?
How are they meeting changing customer demands?
How are they financing the transition?