Blogs by worldsteel experts and by guest bloggers. The blogs cover a wide variety of issues affecting the steel industry. We hope you will find this section useful and look forward to hearing from you.
worldsteel Director General Edwin Basson outlines what he sees as the two key challenges for the steel industry in the new decade.
Back from Madrid, worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis reflects on the outcome of COP25 and the remaining sticking points.
The questions from our stakeholders are becoming more frequent and more specific. Are we ready to answer to those questions? Soo Jung Kim explains the actions we are taking to address the industry's key topics.
Our Head of Construction Coalitions Terrence Busuttil provides four reasons why steel has its place in the transition toward net zero energy buildings.
While at COP25 in Madrid, worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis takes time out to discuss our three phase approach to reduce global CO2 intensity.
worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis describes the characteristics of a good safety leader and the critical issues surrounding the role.
Kate Hickey, WorldAutoSteel, explains why steel will remain the material of choice for car owners, manufacturers and designers.
Åsa Ekdahl, worldsteel Head, Environment and Climate Change, discusses the issues regulatory authorities should consider when legislating.
To support the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy, worldsteel has introduced the step up programme. Read more in our Head of Technology's blog.
Eldar Askerov, our Head of Strategic Studies discusses the findings of a report carried out by Oxford Economics for worldsteel on the economic impact of the steel industry at a global level.
Dr Nae Hee Han, Director, Economic Studies and Statistics, gives us insight into the worldsteel Short Range Outlook (SRO) released yesterday. Read more in her blog.
With a month to go until Steel Safety Day, worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis explains why Process Safety Management should be taken seriously.