Åsa Ekdahl, worldsteel Head, Environment and Climate Change, discusses the issues regulatory authorities should consider when legislating.
Controlling air quality is a top priority for the steel industry. This position paper addresses the wide variety of control mechanisms to manage air quality and the role of regulatory authorities.
worldsteel's Head of Environment Åsa Ekdahl discusses the many creative initiatives the steel industry is taking to optimise resource efficiency and advance sustainable consumption and production.
Air quality control is a major priority for the steel industry. worldsteel's Head of Environment Åsa Ekdhal discusses the measures taken in China to cut emissions.
Wrapping up the COP24 blog series, Andrew Purvis gives us an overview of the conclusions reached. A meeting ending, perhaps not in glorious triumph, but with solid progress made. Read more in his blog.
Andrew Purvis addresses the role of steel in the climate discussion. While steel is clearly part of the solution, it also needs to play a part in the global mitigation efforts. Read more in his blog.
A worldsteel delegation is attending COP24 in Katowice, Poland, Andrew Purvis, Director, Safety, Health and Environment will keep us up to date with what is happening there. Read his first blog.
The steel industry is ready to meet the global challenge of climate change by reducing energy and emission intensity across the industry.
worldsteel's Head of Product Sustainability, Clare Broadbent discusses the benefits of recycling and clarifies some potentially confusing terms.
worldsteel's Climate Action Programme recognises the steel producers that contribute to the worldsteel CO2 emissions data collection programme.
worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis gives his impressions of COP 23 and explains how steel will inevitably play a vital role in enabling the goals of the Paris agreement to be met.
Writing his blog from COP 23 in Bonn, Germany, worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis outlines some of the key research initiatives undertaken by steelmakers to combat climate change.