Metals: Energy, emissions and the Environment (MEEE)
Venue: Radisson SAS Royal
|Event Date/Time: Feb 11, 2008||End Date/Time: Feb 12, 2008|
The metals industry is a carbon-intensive manufacturing industry and the environmental concern involves reducing the consumption of resources. This includes minimising the use of energy, materials, water and land, whilst enhancing efficiency and product durability to ensure a sustainable future.
Climate change is a challenge that the non-ferrous metal industry shares with every business, and everyone who participates in the global economy. As the world moves to combat global climate change, the metals industry is moving too.
Metal Bulletin’s inaugural conference “Metals: Energy, Emissions and the Environment” 07 has been developed to offer you a ground-breaking and stimulating event. The programme has attracted influential speakers discussing how the aluminium and other non-ferrous metals industries are responding to the energetic, environmental & sustainability pressures in a global context.
In addition to unparalleled networking opportunities, this event will provide a real chance to examine and question the policy makers, learn about how you can maximise profit and growth, and ensure you and your business are properly prepared for a future in which climate change will have significant strategic implications for your business.
From strategists and top-executives, to engineers and environmentalists - everyone involved in the metal industry should attend this unique and novel event to profitably assess and challenge the most pressing issues facing the industry.
For further information contact Guy de Viet, Conference Programme Manager on +44 (0) 20 7779 8195