Launch: The Swedish mining sector in sustainable futures

2019-05-28

Today, Svemin and SEI released the report “The Swedish mining sector in sustainable futures” at a launch seminar at Jernkontoret in Stockholm. The report is part of the joint research project “Mining and minerals in a sustainable future” funded by SIP STRIM. The project has also been a unique meeting place for NGOs, politicians, business leaders, researchers and stakeholders linked to the Swedish mining and mineral industry.

Download the report here

Erika Skogsjö, Svemin och Olle Olsson, SEI lanserar rapporten och berättar om de åtgärdsområden man identifierat.
Statssekreterare Emil Högberg, Näringsdepartementet konstaterar att det är glädjande att gruvnäringen ligger så långt fram.
Per Ahl, VD Svemin, Måns Nilsson, VD SEI och moderator Emma Härdmark, Kommunikationsansvarig Svemin om samverkan och de olika perspektiv aktörerna fört in till projektet.
Mikael Staffas, vd Boliden och Annika E Nilsson, forskare vid KTH.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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