Life Cycle Assessments in the Battery Raw Material Value Chain LCA as a key driver for regulatory compliance and more sustainable practices
On March 16th, 4 – 5 pm CET, RCS Global was joined by Euro Manganese and Minviro to talk about the latest ESG changes in the regulatory environment and what it means for the automotive value chain. The webinar dived into the impacts of the new European Battery Regulation and Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive for the wider value chain of the sector, and discuss Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) as a key driver for regulatory compliance towards achieving more sustainable practices.
The regulatory environment is tightening on the automotive industry with regulations like the European Battery Regulation and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive approaching. In conversation with life cycle assessments expert, Minviro, and battery material company, Euro Manganese, this RCS Global webinar will dive into the implications of the upcoming European regulations for the wider automotive value chain. The webinar will further discuss the value of life cycle assessment as a key driver for regulatory compliance and more sustainable practices with use-case examples from the recently published Life Cycle Assessment study of Euro Manganese.
- Implications of increasing regulatory and societal requirements for the Battery Raw Material Value Chain, RCS Global Group
- Quantifying environmental impacts of the battery raw materials through LCA, Minviro
- Euro Manganese Case Study – Applying LCA in practice, Euro Manganese
The webinar was held on the 16th of March
(Registration no longer available)
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