Roadmap for a fossil-free mining and mineral industry

1 236 000 SEK

Ongoing

2017-12-01

Svemin AB

Erika Skogsjö

2018-11-30

Purpose and goal
The aim of the project is that the mining and mineral industry (and possibly the metal producing industry) will contribute to Sweden being fossil-free in 2045. The goal is a roadmap describing how the mining and mineral industry can achieve this by 2045. Sub-objective: Partial reporting on April 1, 2018 which will be presented to the Government Offices. Targeted information about the project and its results including a debate article at project termination.

Structure and implementation
The project is mainly carried out by a working group that has a stakeholder group. A follow-up group will be attached to the project under AP 1. The work is carried out in six work packages:
AP 1: Define delivery until April 1st
AP 2: Define boundaries and a common future image
AP 3: Situation assessment, overview of the challenges and driving forces of the mining industry today
AP 4: Work Planning
AP 5: Impact Assessment
AP 6: Report, communication and dissemination of information

Expected results
In addition to contributing to Sweden being fossil-free by 2045, the work created from the roadmap is also expected to strengthen the competitiveness of the Swedish mining and mineral industry so that it can continue in a fossil-free society after 2045. Working for a fossil-free industry contributes also to increased energy security by becoming less dependent on fossil fuels.

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