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Can mining make the world a greener place?

Do you know which metals power your mobile phone? Or what it takes to manufacture a laptop? And how are we going to make all the electric cars we need for a green future?

Join our panel as they discuss our growing demand for new technologies, and the natural resources we need to create them. We'll cover the practicalities of finding the raw materials the world relies on, and whether mining can really be sustainable. 

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3 and 4 December 2020

Natural History Museum London

The events will offer a forum for discussion and debate on mining and its role in society. Speakers with diverse professional and personal backgrounds including representatives from science, NGOs, stakeholders, industry and the museum sector will share their thoughts and open the opportunity for questions and ideas from the public. The event organisers are committed to hosting a diverse, respectful exchange of thoughts and ideas on a complex subject and warmly welcome your participation.

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Learning about raw materials

Oct 07, 2020

Oct 07, 2020

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INFACT and PACIFIC projects received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776487 and No 776622.

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