The Critical Raw Materials Act, geopolitics and supply diver...

The Critical Raw Materials Act, geopolitics and supply diver...

Europe Jacques Delors and Brunswick Group welcome you to the sixth edition of our webinar series on how businesses can navigate the European Green Deal.


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12 March 2024

04:00 p.m. à 05:00 p.m.


Zoom Webinar

The Critical Raw Materials Act, geopolitics and supply diversification – what next?

Join us virtually for a discussion with Stefano Sannino, Secretary General of the European External Action Service, and Andrés Blanco, CEO of Xcalibur Smart Mapping, on the geopolitics of implementing the EU’s new Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA).

Europe’s increasing dependency on foreign suppliers of critical and strategic raw materials has the potential to undermine the EU’s green and digital twin transition. To counter this dependency, the CRMA introduced ambitious 2030 benchmarks for domestic extraction, processing, and recycling in Europe. Another key objective is diversification of EU demand through strengthening global supply chains and strategic partnerships with suppliers. The webinar will therefore focus on what is next for the CRMA now that is has been agreed, with a particular focus on the geopolitical aspects of implementation.

The discussion will be again hosted and moderated by Geneviève Pons, Director General of Europe Jacques Delors, and Pascal Lamy, Vice President of Europe Jacques Delors and Chair of Europe at Brunswick Group.


Secretary-General, European External Action Service (EEAS)
CEO, Xcalibur Smart Mapping

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Partner, Brunswick South Africa Ltd


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