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Ground truths: Why reliable and resilient mineral supplies matter

This Transparency Matters event will discuss governance risks in mineral value chains.

  • 16:30 – 17:30 UTC+2
  • 19 juin 2024
  • In-person

Date: 19 June

Registration: This is an in-person event only. Please contact [email protected] if you are interested in participating.

Location: Hilton Hotel Geneva


Critical minerals play an essential role in developing clean energy technologies. Ensuring secure and sustainable supply chains for these minerals is crucial as demand rises. However, the establishment of new mines, processing facilities and refineries poses environmental and community risks, which, if unaddressed, could disrupt the supply chain and impede the swift adoption of clean energy technologies.

In this Transparency Matters event, we will explore how governments, companies and different international actors can develop sustainable and responsible supply chains that support communities and address corruption risks. The event will also cover the role of data disclosure, transparency and stakeholder dialogue in supporting these efforts, as well as the potential of traceability schemes and technologies to enhance transparency.


  • Luis Lucero, Secretary of Mining, Argentina

  • Inga Petersen, Executive Director, Global Battery Alliance

  • Ilse Schoeters, Co-head of Responsible Sourcing - Metals & Minerals, Glencore

  • Elisa Tonda, Chief of Branch, Industry and Economy Division, UNEP

The panel will be moderated by Carl Watson, Director, Office of Policy Analysis & Public Diplomacy, Bureau of Energy Resources, U.S. Department of State. The event will be held in English.