Scenarios for demand growth of critical metals in energy technologies, cars and consumer electronics

Sebastiaan Deetman

CML, Leiden Univerisity

Sebastiaan Deetman graduated as an Industrial Ecologist from Leiden University in 2010 and has been working as a climate policy researcher at the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency before starting his PhD research at the CML, Leiden University. The topic of his research is "scenarios for the long term demand for critical raw materials".


The expected future demand for metals is one of the key parameters determining their criticality. There is, however, only a limited number of studies available that describe elaborate scenarios for long term demand of critical... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Sebastiaan Deetman (CML, Leiden Univerisity)
  2. Stefan Pauliuk (University of Freiburg)
  3. Detlef Van Vuuren (PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency)
  4. Ester van der Voet (CML, Leiden Univerisity)
  5. Arnold Tukker (Leiden University - Faculty of Science - Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML))

Topic Areas

• Socio-economic metabolism and material flow analysis , • Management and technology for sustainable and resilient energy, water, food, materials,


TS-16 » Material criticality and resilience 3 (13:45 - Tuesday, 27th June, Room G)

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