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Laura Barisone is the Operations lead for SteelWatch.
She has over eight years’ experience in grant and program management for a climate philanthropic organisation and a medical association in the Netherlands. Her career background includes casework with asylum seekers in Australia and Italy and project management in Cambodia.
After completing her undergraduate studies in International Relations in Bologna (Italy), she completed a master’s degree in Development Studies at the University of Melbourne (Australia). Currently, she is based in the Netherlands.
I am driven by the belief that a radical change is possible and that we all should contribute to it.
Civil society organizations criticize GSCC certification for ignoring social and environmental impacts of steelmaking and lacking meaningful measures to reduce emissions WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today civil…
Today’s announcement on the Scunthorpe steelworks, hot on the heels of September’s announcement on Port Talbot steelworks, provides one step in transition to a clean competitive…
Four prominent steel companies have announced plans to reline blast furnaces, which are used to produce coal-based steel, that will lock in CO2 emissions of almost 500 Mt. SteelWatch and Solutions forOur Climate (SFOC) shed light on the alarming investments made by steel companies in coal-based steel production, driving millions of additional tonnes of emissions and running counter to their nations’ climate pledges. The commentary underscores the pressing necessity for transitioning to greener alternatives and intensifying climate scrutiny in investment choices to steer clear of coal-based steel production. It also underscores the implications for these companies’ competitiveness and the planet’s stability.
Seoul/London/Washington DC - In the context of rising urgency behind global efforts to combat climate change, the steel industry, a notorious contributor to carbon emissions,…