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45 Minutes On | Jan 10, 2023

Climate Change Adaptation: Community Health Risk, Resilience and Responses

Time: 9AM New York • 2PM London • 3PM Berlin

The public health and safety impacts of climate change – severe weather events, air pollution, changing vector ecologies, proliferation of allergens, water and food security, civil unrest and increasing conflict, environmental degradation and extreme heat – are increasingly likely to impact (differentially) the aluminium sector’s industrial sites, local communities, and its workforce.

In this 45 minutes on webinar Dr Jim Wesdock (Global Health Director, Alcoa) and Dr Greg Paoli (Principal Risk Scientist, Risk Sciences International) will explore an ongoing International Aluminium Institute-led and ASI supported project to develop tools for evaluating and managing climate change-related health, safety and well-being risks, all of which endeavours to favourably impact on asset operational resilience and the communities in which these assets reside.

The utility of such work to practitioners and communities across the globe is highly dependent on local community engagement and the support of operations – an Alcoa Foundation project to facilitate this engagement – through enhanced health literacy – will also be addressed as well as what the ASI and is Members can do to improve adaptation to climate change and the resilience of affected populations.


CRU World Aluminium Conference 2023 | May 16-18, 2023

Co-hosted by the International Aluminium Institute (IAI) and the The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI)

The 28th World Aluminium Conference will take place on the 16-18 May 2023 at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, co-hosted by the International Aluminium Institute (IAI) and the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI).

This partnership with IAI and ASI reinforces CRU’s full supply chain focus on delegation and introduces interesting and new content about carbon accounting methodologies.

The Conference will allow attendees to make valuable connections with industry peers and build their professional network in a business social environment.

You can expect to meet well-known executives and decision-makers from the primary, secondary, extruded, rolled products, end use, trading and financial sectors.  Regularly attracting more than 300 senior decision-makers, representing 160+ companies from 36 countries, the event is was a great opportunity to network.

The event will once again be held in London due to the high concentration of executives involved directly and indirectly in the aluminium sectors that find the location convenient.