A message of thanks to the participants in the International Conference Sustainability of Mineral Resources and the Environment 2016
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
We hope that the International Conference Sustainability of Mineral Resources and the Environment 2016 was a unique opportunity for all of you to share your ideas. We believe that our conference will stay at the top of the list of environmental events during the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2016.
Thank you very much for your participation in the International Conference Sustainability of Mineral Resources and the Environment 2016 and for you active contribution to its programme. We appreciate it a lot.
Your presence helped to make this event a great success and your enthusiasm and positive spirit helped make our time together both productive and fun. We wish you all the best and hope that you continue to be engaged with sustainability of mineral resources and the environment.
Final version of the CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS and also some of the PRESENTATIONS (in *.pdf) you can find and download below.
Mr. Mattia Pellegrini, DG Growth, European Commission, European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials and Horizon 2020 - LINK
Prof. Constantin Ciupagea, Land Resources and Raw Materials Unit DG Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy European Commission, Increasing knowledge on raw materials in Europe: the Raw Materials Information System - LINK
Dr. Vlasta Jánová, Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic , Mineral Resources of Slovakia – Importance of mineral resources for the Slovak economy - LINK
Dr. Robert Holnsteiner, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy, Austria , Acceptance of mining – Austrian experiences - LINK
Dr. Pavel Kavina, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic, Czech foreign trade on mineral raw materials - LINK
Mr. Karsten Ivan, Hornonitrianske bane Prievidza, a.s., Coal mining in Slovakia & Environment - LINK
Dr. Tomasz Abramowski, Interoceanmetal Joint Organization, The exploration and exploitation phases value chain as a framework for industrial realization of deep seabed mining - LINK
Prof. Joanna Kulczycka, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment) in Europe versus circular economy - LINK
Dr. Thomas Gäckle, Head of Directorate „Raw Materials Policy”, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany, „EITI implementation in Germany“ - LINK
Ms. Marie Dollhofer, BiPRO GmbH, State of implementation of Directive 2006/21/EC – Assessment of EU Member States implementation reports - LINK
Mr. Július Buchta, Mr. Peter Košinár, SMZ Jelšava, Environmental aspects of magnesite mining and processing in SMZ, a.s. Jelšava - LINK
Prof. Dr. W. Eberhard Falck, Ancien Professeur Sciences de l'Environment UVSQ, Integrating environmental remediation into the life-cycle management (including decommissioning) of mining and milling sites - LINK
Dr. Corina Hebestreit, Euromines, Enhancing implementation and capacities: The new EU Mining Mentor Centre and its objectives - LINK
Dr. Jan Bronders, VITO, Belgium, Rehabilitation case from Belgium: Approach of a regional heavy metal pollution caused by non-ferrous industry - LINK
Mr. David Póč, Těžební unie ČR (Mining Association of the Czech Republic), Green Bridge Competition – The Best Rehabilitations Projects of the Czech Republic - LINK
Mr. Johannes Drielsma, Euromines, Application of the Mitigation Hierarchy across the project timeline - LINK
Dr. Eibhlin Doyle, Chief Geologist of Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources of Ireland, Ireland’s a rehabilitation policy eliminating risk and providing benefits - LINK
Ms. Monika Matejová, Mr. Michal Ševera, NAFTA a.s., Experiences with abandonment of environmental burden related to crude oil production - LINK
Mr. Luís Martins, Assimagra, Industrial and ornamental limestones quarrying inside a Natura 2000 area - LINK
Dr. Corina Hebestreit, Euromines, Conclusions - Slovak presidency of the Council of the European Union - LINK
The Ministry of Environment of the Slovak Republic would like to invite specialists of geology and mining to attend the International Conference
SUSTAINABILITY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT
The International Conference SUSTAINABILITY OF MINERAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT will be held during the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 21 – 22 November 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
The conference venue is the historical building of the Slovak National Council, Župné námestie 12 in Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
This will be a unique opportunity to provide a perfect setting for all participants including scientists, researchers, company representatives and policy makers to share their projects and ideas about sustainability of mineral resources in European Union countries and its environmental impacts.
We are looking forward to making the conference an unforgettable scientific and social event together.
The conference leaflet in pdf format: open.Practical information: open.
The mandatory registration and the accreditation to the security system NOVENTO
26 September 2016 – 7 November 2016
The invitation to the registration by NOVENTO and the Practical Information Guide are available on following LINK