Sun, 2020-04-05 12:13

Offering an online teaching tool - "The Briefcase of mineral applications"

General News

The game of "The Briefcase of mineral applications" aims to familiarise the player with minerals that are used in the manufacture of everyday objects. Given the era of a growing prevalence of online teaching and learning, we believe tools such as this one could prove to be effective and beneficial for the education of young people. After all, it is now that their sense of responsibility and consciousness is forming. 

Wed, 2020-03-11 22:00

European Industries welcome an important industry focus from the European Commission

General News

Industry4Europe, a coalition of 154 sector Associations representing the diversity of the EU’s industrial base, welcomes the publication by the European Commission of its much-awaited New Industrial Strategy for Europe.  Euromines is a member of the coalition.

Thu, 2020-03-05 16:46

Security of Supply: Metals and minerals for health reasons

General News

Europe’s metals and minerals play a key role in contributing to the pharmaceutical and medical sector when it comes to resources used to develop drugs, supplements and medical technology.

Mon, 2020-02-17 06:59

Security of Supply for EU Medical Sector

General News

The rapid spread of the Coronavirus has created alarming health concerns across the globe, but it has also led to serious economic issues. The global crisis brings security supply of key value chains to the forefront of our attention as a sector. The European mineral raw materials industry plays a critical role in ensuring the manufacturing of medical devices in Europe.

Tue, 2019-11-26 10:31

European industries unite to call for an ambitious EU industrial strategy

Press Release

Industry4Europe, a coalition of 149 sector Associations representing the diversity of the EU’s industrial base, today published its new Joint Paper ‘A long-term strategy for Europe’s industrial future: from words to action’. Through cross-sectoral recommendations, the Industry4Europe coalition contributes to the future EU industrial strategy announced by European Commission President-Elect Ursula von der Leyen.

Thu, 2019-11-21 10:51

The effective management of electricity costs compensation, an essential element for achieving the EU climate goals

General News

As the recognized representative of the European metals and minerals mining industry covering more than 42 different metals and minerals and employing 350.000 directly and about four times as many indirectly, Euromines welcomes a European Green Deal to put Europe on the right track to a sustainable future and ensure that no one is left behind and is prepared to take all the necessary measures to make Europe the world's first climate neutral continent.

Wed, 2019-11-20 14:48

Our future depends on mineral raw materials

General News

Euromines is publishing a brief overview of the importance of mineral raw materials for the EU future development. Raw materials are the key enablers of many important policies that will shape our future, such as adaptation to and mitigation of the climate change challenges.

Tue, 2019-11-19 10:28

The European mineral raw materials industry enabling SDGs

General News

The European mineral raw materials industry enabling the UN Sustainable Development Goals leaflet is now available to download.

Fri, 2019-11-15 13:31

Sustainable Mining for Sustainable Development

General News

More than 110 experts met last week in Brno, Czech Republic, to participate in the International Conference on Sustainable Mining organised by Těžební unie (Czech Mining Association) in cooperation with Euromines, under the auspices of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic and the Czech Mining Authority. 

Fri, 2019-10-25 14:40

Final SUPRIM Conference took place in Brussels

General News

More than 40 experts - representing policy makers, academic and sustainability assessment communities, sustainability managers and practitioners and the primary production sector - met this week for the Final Conference of the SUPRIM Project in Brussels.

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