The net zero workforce: Mining & Metals has been saved
The net zero workforce: Mining & Metals
At the intersection of decarbonization and digital
As the digital transformation accelerates, mining and metals companies will not only need investment and innovation, but also new skills and capabilities, and a well-supported and motivated workforce to tackle decarbonization challenges.
With clean energy technologies being more mineral intensive than fossil fuel-based generation, they need to meet the growing demands of globalization, while also trying to appease investor and governmental pressure on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) concerns.
At the intersection of decarbonization and digital, this report is part of a four-part series looking at The Future of Work in the context of the Future of Energy and how our Energy, Resources & Industrials companies can successfully transition their workforce to achieve their net zero goals and thrive in a low-carbon economy.