Hitting climate targets will more than double demand for copper, BHP chief says

The world will need more than twice the amount of copper that it used in past three decades if it is to hit Paris Climate Agreement targets in the next 30 years, BHP's chief executive officer, Mike Henry said this week.

Speaking at the Bank of America Metals, Mining & Steel conference on Tuesday May 18, Henry said demand for nickel will quadruple over the same timeframe.

He added...


Andrea Hotter

May 18, 2021

17:26 GMT

New York