A revolution in automotive sustainability is underway in the industry. The World Economic Forum and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) have jointly formed the Circular Cars Initiative, which is charting the course towards a zero-emission future through new technology, materials innovation, efficient vehicle usage and full life-cycle management. [1] The use of aluminum, both primary and recycled, can be a key driver in this multi-year initiative to reduce carbon emissions and improve resource efficiency.

Alison Conroy, Sustainability Chair and Thomas Rudlaff, Managing Director, Alumobility, discuss the future of circular aluminium in the automotive industry.