European Projects in the Pipeline

  • Editorial
  • The Minerals4EU Project − The first pan-European network on raw materials management
  • Building Opportunity: Growing Gold Mining in Greece
  • LKAB develops Europe's biggest iron ore project
  • Boliden expands its exploration portfolio
  • Colt Resources helping to boost the country’s economic recovery

In this issue of Euromines Newsletter focused on Europe’s Energy and Climate Change Policy you will find the following articles:

  • A new Climate Change Agreement – December 2015
  • The EU’s policy on the Energy Union
  • Energy efficiency - Stakeholder consultation
  • ETS revision - Stakeholder Consultation
  • The ETS revision and the increasing pace of emission reduction
  • Assessment of Trade and Emissions intensity
  • The European Technology Platform on Sustainable Mineral Resources

In this issue of Euromines Newsletter you will find the following articles:

  • EIT RawMaterials, a New European Initiative in Raw Materials
  • The EU Copernicus Programme and the Raw Materials Sector
  • Enhancing Implementation and Capacities: The New EU Mining Mentor Centre and Its Objectives
  • METALert – An Emergency Response System for Heavy Metals in the Environment
  • Integrating Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation into the Life-Cycle Management of Mining and Milling Sites
  • LKAB´s Work with Compensation of Natural Resources for the Mertainen Site
  • Green Bridge Competition – Examples of the Best Practices in the Rehabilitation of the Mining Sites in the Czech Republic

From Policy to Practice

  • Editorial
  • Greek Presidency Athens: The importance of the extractive industry for growth in the EU
  • Bulgaria: Recognizing the importance of mineral resources
  • Supplying much of Europe’s REE needs: Promising Swedish deposits
  • From policy to practice? Tungsten in the UK
  • Portuguese Best Practice in land planning and minerals policy
  • From Policy to Practice The Austrian Minerals Strategy
  • No Net Loss - Where to Next?
  • Bringing nature back into the mine: Biodiversity conservation at S&B Milos and Fokis quarries, S&B Industrial Minerals S.A.