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Go Copper and Share your Story with Us: use #gocopper

As a new route to enhance and unite the social media efforts of the Copper Alliance and its membership, the European Copper Institute launched in October 2014
a new campaign: #gocopper.

single copper leaf grey backgroundOur new approach to social media is to use the #gocopper hashtag to promote new case studies and exciting uses of copper and its alloys in all application areas, including architecture, building construction, automotive, renewable energies, healthcare, design, new technologies and many more.

We will use #gocopper to tag applications where copper has been used as a material of choice on all our social media channels, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

We invite users of copper products all along the value chain to join the effort and use the same hashtag in their own social media outreach.

We will also feature short videos showcasing the broad use of copper in our daily lives.

#gocopper no 1

Upcycling Copper Press Workshop Paris September 2014, animated by Marie Prenat, Talalilala.

How to make a decorative copper pot in accordance with the upcycling principle or how to give new life to a pot, chandelier, jam jar… things which have been forgotten at the bottom of an attic, or picked up at a flea market.
#gocopper no 2


Elena Tettamanti, ideatrice e curatrice di Trame, racconta la mostra "TRame, le forme del rame in arte, design, tecnologia e architettura", alla Triennale di Milano
#gocopper no 3

Peugeot Onyx and Copper : the true story.

#gocopper no 4

Tom Dixon at Salon Maison et Objet in Paris, January 2015, #gocopper

Designer Tom Dixon reveals his preference for copper in design.
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