Both the energy transition and the digital transition require large quantities of metals, such as lithium, cobalt, and rare earths. As a result, Europe must face up to various types of scarcity. This online lecture sets out how we can achieve the sparing, circular use of metals and the responsible sourcing of the virgin metals that we really need.
staff member Wetenschappelijk Bureau GroenLinks
dinsdag 5 juli 2022
18.30u - 19.30u
The lecture will be based on the report Metals for a Green and Digital Europe that was published in 2021 by the Green European Foundation and Wetenschappelijk Bureau GroenLinks.
This event is part of the lecture series Responsibility in Times of (Climate) Change. It is organised by the Department for Environment of the Student Council of the Technical University Munich.