For Asia-Pacific participants, the webinar begins at 3pm Hong Kong Time and is expected to last about 45 minutes, including a question-and-answer session.
The event will be hosted by Julian Kettle (vice chairman, metals and mining) and James Whiteside, (head of multi-commodity research).
Wood Mackenzie says that metals enable the energy transition through their use in low-carbon technologies.
"Rising demand means metal production needs to grow while simultaneously reducing absolute emissions if the Paris Agreement goals are to be met - a challenge for miners and consumers alike.
"In this webinar, we look at the remedies for the miners on the path to carbon neutrality where we will cover:
• Comparison of the pathway to carbon neutrality for different metals value chains.
• Discussion of the drivers and implications of adopting low-carbon technologies.
• How the diversified miners compare in both their emissions and their strategies to reduce them
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