Decarbonization journeys of different sized mining companies

Monday, March 4, 2024
Room 717
For mining companies, pressures to decarbonize continue to loom large. Making progress on decarbonization commitments remains a major focus, particularly in addressing expectations from stakeholders - investors, employees, communities, and society. While most mining companies understand their current gaps and are defining their pathway to decarbonize operations, the ability to achieve carbon reduction commitments in a timely and economically feasible manner is fraught with challenges along with benefits that are still difficult to quantify. Many companies are struggling to weigh the risks of not meeting their commitments against the yet unknown rewards, while at the same time working to capitalize on potential competitive advantages.

This panel discussion will shed light on the decarbonization journey of different sized mining companies in different regions of the world to get a deeper understanding of how they are assessing the risks and quantifying the rewards of decarbonization.
Chair(s): Resa Furey , Stantec, Denver, United States & Samantha Espley, Stantec, Sudbury, Canada
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Panel discussion: Decarbonizing different sized mining companies

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