Hundreds of years ago, cobalt gave Ming pottery its immutable blues. Today, the cobalt used in MRI machines is giving us a new window into the human body. But it’s in our phones and computers and in the batteries of our electric vehicles that cobalt is having its greatest impact on our everyday lives and the transition to a more sustainable world. Thanks to cobalt, we can store energy from the wind and sun and feed it into the grid when it’s needed.
Glencore supplies the materials the future depends on. Protecting that future requires us to do it in a way that ensures minimum impact on communities and the environment. We take that responsibility seriously.