IOM3 has a leading role to play in supporting professionals in materials, minerals, mining and associated technical disciplines to become heroes of the transition to a low-carbon, resource efficient society, not villains. During 2021, IOM3 wants to showcase examples of this work to help underline the importance of materials, minerals, and mining in this effort and build on the national and global momentum leading up to the Glasgow Climate Summit.

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Sustainable Future Week

A week of virtual events showcasing the vital role of professionals in materials, minerals and mining in the transition to a low carbon, resource efficient society

 

 

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Sustainable Future Events

Nuclear and Renewables Materials Challenges: Response to UK Government Green Industrial Revolution

This webinar will present the material challenges for Wind, Solar and Nuclear energy sectors, with an extended panel review to identify key cross over technologies and prospects to maximise cross sector opportunities within the Green Industrial Revolution.

  • Free

Life Cycle Assessment for early career researchers

An overview of LCA for materials science, it’s advantages and controversies, followed by an open discussion about participants' LCA experiences.

12th European Electric Steelmaking Conference

Current and future developments across the broad spectrum of electric arc furnace steelmaking and its associated technologies.

Hybrid: Sheffield, UK & Online

  • Free

NMA Lunchtime Seminars: Natural Materials in Anthropology

The next webinar in the NMA Lunchtime series.

  • CPD hours

The role of resource efficiency for achieving climate neutrality

This event forms part of Sustainable Future Week. The first day of the series will explore the role of resource efficiency and the transition to a more circular economy in reaching net zero.

  • CPD hours

The role of resource efficiency and the circular economy

This event forms part of Sustainable Future Week. The first day of the series will explore the role of resource efficiency and the transition to a more circular economy in reaching net zero.