During the workshop titled “International Cooperation on Raw Materials in the European Union H2020 programme”, the SCRREEN project will be presented by a member of the consortium. Objective of the workshop This workshop is related to the Horizon 2020 funded project, FORAM, which aims to develop a platform of international experts and stakeholders that will enhance the international cooperation on
From the viewpoint of circular economy, a large share of products would still need improvements, particularly as regards the choice of materials and the case of residues. We also need to change our way of thinking and we need more information in order to leverage the unused potential of secondary materials. Trends affect the product cycle In its report “Circular
Strategic Dialogue on Sustainable Raw Materials for Europe (STRADE) will organise the following event – European and global extractive industries: Steps towards sustainable partnership approaches and responsible mining practice. It is slated to take place in Brussels, Belgium from 19-20 June 2017. STRADE aims to facilitate four workshops: Day 1 A1. Dialogues between resource producers and consumers: Towards a new platform for
Since 1997, the exhibition summons the main players of the mining sector to show the latest advances in technology, equipment and services. Today, with a new organizer, it reinforces its positioning at local and international level. Arminera is the meeting point of the main national and international professionals, companies and organizations related to the mining industry. During three days, it
The follow up of the regional EU-Latin America Raw Materials Diplomacy Dialogue organised by the European Commission will take place on 8-9 May 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event will last 2 days. The Latin American countries which are part of regional dialogue are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay. We would like to invite you to
European innovation partnership on raw materials The raw materials scoreboard is an initiative of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Raw Materials. Its purpose is to provide quantitative data on the EIP’s general objectives and on the raw materials policy context. It presents relevant and reliable information that can be used in policymaking in a variety of areas. The scoreboard
On 7-8 March 2017, the Recycling and Raw Materials Conference will be organised in Berlin. The conference addresses the topics of metals’ recycling, plastics, vehicles electronics and batteries, as well as new technologies in this sector – focusing also on processing and resource efficiency.