How Can Battery Production Be Greener? — A Conversation with Mathy Stanislaus
Mathy Stanislaus was recently appointed as Vice Provost and Executive Director of Drexel University’s Environmental Collaboratory, which brings interdisciplinary expertise in environmental sciences, engineering, law, health, business, economics, policy, and humanities to co-design transformative environmental solutions in partnership with community leaders, nonprofits, corporations, and governments. He was formerly the Interim Director and Director of Public Policy and Engagement for the Global Battery Alliance (GBA), a partnership of over 70 businesses, governments, and non-governmental organizations focused on ensuring that battery production supports green energy, safeguards human rights, and promotes health and environmental sustainability. During this episode of All Things Chemical, Lynn L. Bergeson and Mathy Stanislaus cover a broad range of issues, including the mission of GBA, Mathy’s new role, GBA’s fascinating and potentially transformational Battery Passport project, and other interesting topics.
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