The Global Steel Climate Council (GSCC) announced on Dec. 4 the appointment of an executive director.
Adina Renee Adler, the GSCC’s newest addition, will lead collaboration and growth efforts with GSCC members, policymakers, and stakeholders.
“I am honored to lead the GSCC and work closely with the GSCC Board, the members and partners to accelerate the industry’s greenhouse gas reductions to achieving a 1.5 degree Celsius scenario by 2050,” said Adler in a news release.
Adler was previously the deputy executive director at Silverado Policy Accelerator and VP of advocacy at the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). ISRI is one of the founding members of the GSCC.
The Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA) applauded the GSCC’s selection.
“We are so pleased to welcome Adina Renee Adler to the Global Steel Climate Council at a pivotal time for the steel industry and global decarbonization efforts,” said SMA president Philip K. Bell. Her extensive background in trade policy, the recycling industry and metals manufacturing make her a great choice as the first full-time executive director of an exciting, young organization dedicated to helping consumers and policymakers identify the cleanest steel available.”
“We are fortunate to have Adina serve as GSCC executive director at a critical time in our industry’s decarbonization journey,” said Gregory Murphy, GSCC board chair and executive VP of business services and general counsel at Nucor.
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