28th September, 10:00-11:30 (CEST) | Registration
The current copper production is facing many challenges. Case studies in Zambia, Bulgaria and Namibia are showing large social and environmental impact. Witnesses from local communities and monitoring data are showing the achilles heels of the extraction. However copper is highly demanded in current and future technological applications. New technological innovations are available, ready for upscaling but not yet implemented. (How) Can adequate policy drive this change?
Speakers: Linda Scott Jakobsson (Swedwatch), Daniel Popov (CEEBWN) & Xiaohua Sharron Li (KU Leuven).
Moderator: Charlotte Christiaens (CATAPA).
You can also register for the other webinars of the Series:
Webinar 2: Artisanal and Small-scale Mining as part of a fair global supply chain – 1st October | 10-11:30h
Webinar 3: Trade Union Rights in the Global Electronics Industry: the Case of Indonesia – 1st October | 10-11:30h