Unlocking B.C.’s Critical Minerals Potential
President and CEO
Mining Association of British Columbia
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Mining has taken center stage as the world recognizes that minerals and metals are essential to reach net zero by 2050.
What’s more, the shifting geopolitical landscape has prompted Canada and our allies to develop and onshore new, domestic supply chains of the critical minerals we need to meet both our climate and our security and defence objectives.
Fortunately, B.C. is well-positioned to be a leading supplier of choice to help meet the growing global demand for critical minerals. Our mines and smelters offer British Columbians and all Canadians a generational opportunity to grow our provincial and national economies, accelerate Indigenous economic reconciliation, and make a core contribution to global climate action. Michael Goehring will speak about B.C.’s critical minerals opportunity and what steps industry and governments must take to turn this potential into reality.
About the speaker:
As President and CEO of MABC, Michael Goehring brings BC’s mining sector vision, passion and decades of experience providing public affairs and strategic communications counsel to leading natural resource companies in BC and Canada. He joined MABC following a successful career as partner in the Vancouver office of Canada’s largest communications firm, where he built a strong reputation advancing challenging public policy files and delivering successful advocacy and communications campaigns.
Michael is active in the community, having recently served as vice president of the board of directors of the Vancouver Thunderbirds Minor Hockey Association and is past president of the board of directors of the Turning Point Recovery Society. He lives in Vancouver with his wife Brenda and twin boys, Christopher and Liam.
A native of British Columbia, he holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of British Columbia and pursued Graduate Studies in International Political Economy at Simon Fraser University.