A special exhibition at Italy’s South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology—running until 14 January 2018—explores humanity’s relationship with its oldest metal: copper.
ECI will join the European metals industry on 19 October in Brussels to discuss the challenges and opportunities of enabling Europe’s low-carbon transition.
The European Copper Institute is among 13 companies and industry associations from across Europe that have joined forces to identify key asks for the upcoming Low Emission Mobility Package.
Tomorrow, ECI’s Katia Lacasse will chair a Eurometaux event addressing the implementation of conclusions drawn from a recently-published policy report: Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document for the Non-Ferrous Metals Industries.
The European Copper Institute is pleased to announce Copper Alloys 2018, taking place 11–12 April in Milan. The event aims to strengthen the copper and copper alloy community by providing a biennial, international forum for scientific presentations and information exchange. It is jointly presented by Deutsches Kupferinstitut and Swerea KIMAB.
A new fact sheet from the European Copper Institute offers guidance for manufacturers and regulators on the use of copper and copper alloys to manufacture articles intended to come into contact with food.
This Climate Week NYC, international leaders from business, government and civil society are meeting to discuss how to build momentum on key climate issues.
European Mobility Week—now taking place in Brussels with themes of clean, shared and intelligent mobility—offers an opportunity to take stock of what has been achieved to date, and what is still needed to enable and accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles in Europe.
A new global campaign aims to promote ‘safe, fair and sustainable mining’.
The broader adoption of electric vehicles, and their charging infrastructure, will represent a boost for European copper material producers and European vehicle manufacturers.