The LME Sustainability Afternoon is a free event. Those already registered for the LME Metals Seminar will automatically be able to attend the afternoon session and do not need to register separately for this event.
Date: Monday 24 October 2022
Time: 14:00 - 16:30
Location: Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London
The metals industry has not necessarily always been associated with the sustainability agenda. But progress has been made in the last few years and metals now have a golden opportunity to shape a brighter future as they play a crucial and growing role in the world’s transition to sustainability.
Join the LME as we assess our, and the industry’s, progress in supporting the metals evolution; and hear from industry professionals on their evaluation of where we are, and what still needs to be done.
14.00-14.15 - LME self-assessment – progress against the LME sustainability strategy
Georgina Hallett, Chief Sustainability Officer, LME
14.15-14.35 - LMEpassport - the drive to transparency and comparability
Hugo Brodie, VP – Sustainability, LME
14.35-14.55 - Responsible sourcing - highlights from year one
Nicole Hanson, Responsible Sourcing Manager, LME
14.55-15.15 - The producer view - independent assessment of progress
Ilse Schoeters, Head of Responsible Resourcing, Glencore
15.15-15.35 - Walking the walk: LME net zero plans
Alice Lim, AVP - Sustainability, LME
15.35-15.45 - Break
15.45-16.30 - The ESG debate
E vs S vs G - How inter-dependent are the ESG markers, or should we be prioritising one over the others? Representatives for each sector will give a seven-minute presentation on why their issue should be the focus, followed by a group debate.