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Project
Acronym: MIN-GUIDE 
Name: Minerals Policy Guidance for Europe 
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Project status: From: 2016-02-01 To: 2019-01-31 (Execution)
Contract number: 689527 
Action line: Societal Challenge 'Climate action, environment, resource efficiency & raw materials' 
Type (Programme): HORIZON 2020 
Instrument: CSA 
Project cost: 1.999.625,00 EUR
Project funding: 1.999.625,00 EUR
Project coordinator
Organisation Name: WIRTSCHAFTSUNIVERSITAT WIEN 
Organisation adress: Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Wien 
Organisation country: Austria 
Contact person name: Gerald Berger 
Contact person email: Email 
Croatian partner
Organisation name: Rudarsko-geološko-naftni fakultet 
Organisation address: Pierottijeva 6 
Contact person name: Darko Vrkljan
Contact person tel:
+385 1 5535 892  Contact person fax:  
Contact person e-mail: Email 
Partners
Organisation nameCountry
THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER LBG United Kingdom 
MONTANUNIVERSITAT LEOBEN Austria 
LULEA TEKNISKA UNIVERSITET Sweden 
NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS • NTUA Greece 
INSTITUTO GEOLÓGICO Y MINERO DE ESPAÑA Spain 
UNIVERSIDADE DE AVEIRO Portugal 
GOPA COM Belgium 
TYÖ• JA ELINKEINOMINISTERIÖ Finland 
Short description of project
MIN-GUIDE: an answer to the need for a secure and sustainable supply of minerals in Europe. The MIN-GUIDE project addresses the need for a secure and sustainable supply of minerals in Europe by developing a ‘Minerals Policy Guide’. The functioning of European economies and, consequently, the well-being of societies is highly dependent on the long-term supply of natural resources and raw materials for production and use. However, access to non-energy mineral raw materials that constitute the basis of industrial value-chains is not stable and secure. To secure minerals supply in Europe we would need a policy framework promoting innovative and sustainable approaches to tackles challenges in the mining value chain. The MIN-GUIDE project has been designed to comprehensively tackle these challenges. The project will link to the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials (EIP) by feeding back its results into EU policy process, and supports outreach activities and community building.  
Short description of the task performed by Croatian partner
The key objectives of the project are (1) providing guidance for EU and MS minerals policy, (2) facilitating minerals policy decision making through knowledge co-production for transferability of best practice minerals policy, and (3) fostering community and network building for the co-management of an innovation catalysing minerals policy framework.  


   

 


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