MIN-GUIDE - Minerals Policy Guidance for Europe


Type Research Project

Funding Bodies
  • EU Horizon 2020

Duration Feb. 1, 2016 - Jan. 31, 2019

  • Institute for Managing Sustainability IN (Details)

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  • Berger, Gerald (Details) Project Head
  • Endl, Andreas (Details)
  • Hametner, Markus (Details)
  • Lange, Lisa Katarina (Former researcher)
  • Martinuzzi, Robert-Andre (Details) Project Head
  • Montevecchi, Francesca (Former researcher)
 

Abstract (German)

MIN-GUIDE is a project addressing the need for a secure and sustainable supply of minerals in Europe by developing a `Minerals Policy Guide¿. 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.The MIN-GUIDE project and in particular the dissemination of the `Minerals Policy Guide¿ to specific target audiences will have the expected impact of guiding EU MS and EU level minerals policy-making towards a more coherent, transparent and innovation-catalysing framework.


Abstract (English)

MIN-GUIDE is a project addressing the need for a secure and sustainable supply of minerals in Europe by developing a `Minerals Policy Guide¿. 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.The MIN-GUIDE project and in particular the dissemination of the `Minerals Policy Guide¿ to specific target audiences will have the expected impact of guiding EU MS and EU level minerals policy-making towards a more coherent, transparent and innovation-catalysing framework.

Publications

Journal article

2017 Endl, Andreas. 2017. Addressing “Wicked Problems” through Governance for Sustainable Development—A Comparative Analysis of National Mineral Policy Approaches in the European Union. Sustainability 9 (10), 1830 open access (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2017 Endl, Andreas. 2017. Cornerstones of an innovation-friendly minerals policy framework in Europe. World Resources Forum 2017, Genf, Schweiz, 24.10.-25.10. (Details)

Poster presented at an academic conference or symposium

2015 Endl, Andreas, Berger, Gerald, Lange, Lisa Katarina. 2015. A compass on governance for sustainable development: A comparative analysis of national mineral policy strategies in the European Union. ISIE Bi-Annual Conference - Taking Stock of Industrial Ecology, Surrey, Großbritannien, 07.07-10.07. (Details)

Research report, expert opinion

2016 Endl, Andreas, Berger, Gerald, Mulholland, Eric Thomas. 2016. Mineral policy governance in Europe: good practice examples in EU Member States. Wien:WU Wien. (Details)
  Endl, Andreas, Berger, Gerald. 2016. Taking stock of EU and Member States Mineral Policy and Legislation. Wien:WU Wien. (Details)

Unpublished lecture

2017 Endl, Andreas. 2017. An innovation-friendly policy framework along the mineral production value chain. MIN-GUIDE Annual Conference 2017, Brüssel, 13.12. (Details)
  Endl, Andreas. 2017. Implications of an innovation-friendly minerals policy framework: An EU Member State perspective. 23rd Meeting of Mining Authorities on regulatory framework conditions in Europe, Bratislava, 25.09. (Details)
2016 Endl, Andreas. 2016. Taking stock of mineral policy frameworks in Europe. 4th Annual High-Level Conference of the European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials, Brüssel, 01.12. (Details)
2015 Endl, Andreas. 2015. Sustainable raw materials management: Challenges for the supply - chain and stakeholder collaboration in Europe. Responsible Extraction and Use of Metallic Raw Materials, Bratislava, 06.10. (Details)