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Manuel Carmona Yebra

Manuel Carmona Yebra

Counsellor for Environment & Oceans, European Union Delegation to the United States

Manuel Carmona Yebra, as Counsellor for Environment and Oceans at the Delegation of the EU in Washington DC, manages relations between the European Union and the US in a wide range of policies ranging from nature conservation to pollution, circular economy, plastics, oceans and fisheries and the Arctic region. Manuel has two degrees in Law and Communication and a Masterโ€™s Degree in EU Law from the University of Leicester (UK). He has previously worked at the European Commission in a number of policy fields such as UNFCCC negotiations on adaptation to climate change, climate diplomacy with Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and other vulnerable countries, and the links between ocean and environmental issues. Previously, also at the European Commission, he was an international negotiator for the conservation and management of fishery resources in the North West Atlantic and the Indian Ocean, and also EU Head of Delegation for fisheries conservation at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

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Day 6 โ€“ April 20 April 20, 2023
9:30 am - 10:45 am

Recycling from the European Perspective

Meeting Room 205 A-C: Level 2

Track: Markets and Global Trade ๐Ÿ›ˆTopics specific to products that come out of a recycling facility that can be sold as products or feedstock; ferrous metals; nonferrous metals (aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, tin, and precious metals); stainless steel and high-temperature alloys; plastics; recovered fiber (paper, corrugated, cartons); tires/rubber; electronics; glass; textiles; residential recyclers and materials recovery facilities; Basel Convention; OECD; import/export; and tariffs.
The rapidly changing regulatory, economic, and geo-political landscape in Europe has become a major source of concern for manufacturers and recyclers, both within the region and around the world. Our panel of experts will share their insights on the latest developments in Europe and the potential ramifications for recycling market participants going forward.