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Find out what’s important in the copper industry as leaders and innovators share what they really think about the future in Copper Matters

The CRU World Copper Conference, in conjunction with CESCO, are pleased to launch this series of timely and topical webinars: Copper Matters, a brand new webinar channel dedicated to developments in the copper sector.  Each episode will be followed by a panel discussion with live Q&A for attendees - click below to discover more and reserve your FREE seat

Episode One

The Copper Mark: The Industry’s Commitment to Responsible Production
Tuesday, July 7, 2020: 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST

Earlier this year the first and only comprehensive social and environmental assurance system for copper, the Copper Mark, was formally launched. The Mark gives copper mines a tangible way to demonstrate their responsible production practices and contribution to the United Nations SDGs.

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Episode Two

EV Motors - Propelling Copper into the Future
Tuesday, July 21, 2020: 2.30pm - 3.30pm BST

Growth in copper demand follows the trajectory of the global car market, where pure battery-electric cars are predicted to extract the greatest value in the coming years. Electric traction motors present a significant source of growth for the copper industry over the next decade. Join us to hear how copper will remain a vital commodity in this ever-evolving market.

Speakers:
  • Luke Gear, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx
  • Marcin Seredynski, Head of Innovation and Research, Volvo
  • Simon Brockway, Advanced Motor Research Manager, Protean Electric Ltd.
  • Cleef C. Thackwell, Lead Motor Designer, Jaguar Land Rover


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On-demand webinars

In these uncertain times, we have produced a range of webinars to keep you up-to-date with CRU's analysis of the issues affecting the copper market.

The global impact of Covid-19 has been profound. Lockdowns of countries and regions are now the norm. Uncertainty about the ultimate economic cost of this health crisis has fuelled financial market volatility and prompted unprecedented government support.