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EPA 2016 Annual Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5 Information Day
7 October 2016, Dublin
Blažena Hamadová, MinPol Agency f...
Content
Introduction
Overview
◦ Key figures
Project
◦ Objectives
◦ Work Packages
◦ Deliverables
◦ MDoPI concept
Pan-Europe...
Key Figures (1)
MINATURA 2020 is a project:
 funded by the H2020 Framework programme of the European Commission.
 part o...
Key Figures (2)
Project Acronym: MINATURA 2020
Project full title: Developing a concept for a European
minerals deposit fr...
MINATURA2020 - Three key aspects
a) Bottom-up approach
The need for multi stakeholder involvement (including the public it...
Overall objective
Developing a concept and methodology
◦ i.e. a harmonised European regulatory/guidance/policy framework
f...
Specific Objectives (1)
1. Formulation + definition of concept “mineral deposits of public importance”
(MDoPI)
2. Explore ...
Specific objectives (2)
5. Incorporate concept of “mineral deposits of public importance” into
national/regional/EU polici...
BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
Project Deliverables
 MDoPI concept prepared + agreed with stakeholders.
 Set of Qualifying Conditions of Harmonised Map...
MDoPI concept
MDoPI- working definition agreed in January 2016:
"A mineral deposit is of public importance where informati...
Case-study areas
onshore: Hungary, Italy, Poland,
Portugal, Slovenia,
Sweden;
offshore: Ireland, UK
BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBL...
Pan-European Approach
MINATURA covers 24 organisations from 19 countries
Pan-European Approach
 Advisory board members (i...
PROJECT PARTNERS 24 organisations from 19 countries
PARTICIPANT ORGANISATION NAME PART. SHORT NAME COUNTRY
MinPol MINPOL A...
Pan-European workshops
 In 11 countries a first round of stakeholder meetings has already been organised
 In WP5 a first...
Expected impact (1)
 Resource-efficient Europe that supports
the shift towards a resource efficient and
low-carbon econom...
Expected impact (2)
 Support to the implementation of RMI emphasizing the concept of the “added value
chain”, sustainable...
Thank you for your attention!
www.minatura2020.eu
blazena.hamadova@minpol.com
BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
MINATURA - Workflow
BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
HORIZON 2020
Land Use Call
MinPol Opportunities:
 Land use planning authorities - county council active in the extractive...
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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: MINATURA2020 Developing a Concept for A European Minerals Deposit Framework - Blažena Hamadová, MinPol Agency for International Minerals Policy

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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: MINATURA2020 Developing a Concept for A European Minerals Deposit Framework - Blažena Hamadová, MinPol Agency for International Minerals Policy

  1. 1. EPA 2016 Annual Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5 Information Day 7 October 2016, Dublin Blažena Hamadová, MinPol Agency for International Minerals Policy MINATURA2020 Developing a Concept for A European Minerals Deposit Framework
  2. 2. Content Introduction Overview ◦ Key figures Project ◦ Objectives ◦ Work Packages ◦ Deliverables ◦ MDoPI concept Pan-European approach ◦ Partners ◦ Meetings/workshops in 2016 BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  3. 3. Key Figures (1) MINATURA 2020 is a project:  funded by the H2020 Framework programme of the European Commission.  part of the thematic area: "H2020-SC5-2014: Growing a Low Carbon, Resource Efficient Economy with a Sustainable Supply of Raw Materials”;  The project answered to the call for proposals SC5-13a-2014. “Mineral deposits of public importance”. BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  4. 4. Key Figures (2) Project Acronym: MINATURA 2020 Project full title: Developing a concept for a European minerals deposit framework Start Date: 01 February 2015 End Date: 31 January, 2018 Duration: 36 months Status: Month 21 Project Cost/Funding: 2,092,689.00 € Coverage: non-energy minerals Status in the value chain: Prospection/Mining to Extraction BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  5. 5. MINATURA2020 - Three key aspects a) Bottom-up approach The need for multi stakeholder involvement (including the public itself) + development of corresponding dialogue precede all other priorities. ◦ National stakeholder consultations in each partner country b) Harmonisation Based on existing protocols and standards, so that a best possible compromise can be developed and adopted on Member State level. c) Real-life demonstration Validation of developed concepts by real-life demonstration (case studies). BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  6. 6. Overall objective Developing a concept and methodology ◦ i.e. a harmonised European regulatory/guidance/policy framework for definition + subsequent protection of “Mineral Deposits of Public Importance” in order to protect them for their “best use” in the future, resulting in improved conditions for sustainable access and supply of raw materials in EU. BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  7. 7. Specific Objectives (1) 1. Formulation + definition of concept “mineral deposits of public importance” (MDoPI) 2. Explore land use competition challenges between mining + other land uses: analysis and interpretation on different levels and in different future scenarios 3. Establishment of appropriate mapping framework based on detailed qualifying conditions for classifying “mineral deposits of public importance” 4. Explore and define regional, national and EU-level regulatory measures for safeguarding of MDoPI. 5. Develop the concept and present some recommendations with a view to a potential future MDoPI Mineral Deposits Directive BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  8. 8. Specific objectives (2) 5. Incorporate concept of “mineral deposits of public importance” into national/regional/EU policies - minerals policies + land use policies 6. Promote establishment of a Council of Stakeholders with a mission to safeguard implementation of a EU-initiative on Mineral Deposits of Public Importance 7. Validate/demonstrate developed methodology on several areas + scales (local, regional, national and EU) - taking into account different policy scenarios + impacts. 8. Open up dialogue with all relevant stakeholders across EU from local, regional, national to EU levels, including ◦ (A) civil society and the public, ◦ (B) relevant representatives of public administration and ◦ (C) experts of science and industry BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  9. 9. BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  10. 10. Project Deliverables  MDoPI concept prepared + agreed with stakeholders.  Set of Qualifying Conditions of Harmonised Mapping Framework (HMF) for each type of mineral.  National/Regional Guidance on incorporating MDOPI concept into mineral and land use policies for all participating countries.  Harmonised Mapping Framework (HMF) prepared + tested.  Report on testing results in selected case-study countries.  Council of Stakeholders created as informal consolatory body on MDoPI at the EU/national level BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016 26 Deliverables 20 Reports, 2 Maps of conflict / conflict free zones in case studies 4 Website/Brochures
  11. 11. MDoPI concept MDoPI- working definition agreed in January 2016: "A mineral deposit is of public importance where information demonstrates that its sustainable exploitation could provide economic, social or other benefit to the EU (or the member states or a specific region/municipality)„  short, broad, inclusive and flexible enough to build the base for further discussions with stakeholders and other experts. it is a multi-criteria definition - indicates that socio-economic but also environmental aspects need to be considered when classifying a mineral deposit as of 'public importance'. (Source: Deliverable 2.1) BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  12. 12. Case-study areas onshore: Hungary, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Sweden; offshore: Ireland, UK BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  13. 13. Pan-European Approach MINATURA covers 24 organisations from 19 countries Pan-European Approach  Advisory board members (i.a.): ◦ Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Czech Republic ◦ are supporting Pan-European Approach ◦ Covering missing partners  association with new „partners“ during project ◦ e.g. NGO from South-East-Ost-Europe („ MiningWatchSEE“) has been associated  questionaire still open: http://minatura2020.eu/survey-minatura/ BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  14. 14. PROJECT PARTNERS 24 organisations from 19 countries PARTICIPANT ORGANISATION NAME PART. SHORT NAME COUNTRY MinPol MINPOL Austria Pan-European Reserves and Resources Reporting Committee PERC Belgium Industrial Minerals Association – Europe IMA Belgium European Federation of Geologists EFG Belgium Geological Survey of Montenegro ZGI Montenegro Regione Emilia Romagna, Geological, Seismic and Soil Survey GSER Italy Ministry of Economic Affairs of Herzeg-Bosnian Canton MGHBZ Bosnia and Herzegovina Polish Academy of Sciences MEERI PAS Poland University College London UCL UK La Palma Research Centre for Future Studies S.L. CentroFuturo Spain University College Cork UCC Ireland Wageningen University & Research Centre ALTERRA Netherlands Iskriva, Institute for Development of Local Potentials ISKRIVA Slovenia Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary MFGI Hungary University of Bucharest UBU Romania Geological Survey of Slovenia GeoZS Slovenia Universidade de Lisboa UdL Portugal Koprivničko-križevačka County KKZ Croatia Geological Survey of Slovakia GSSK Slovakia Luleå University of Technology LTU Sweden Slovenian Surface Mining Association DTV PO Slovenia Geological Survey of Bucharest GSBU Romania University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology UoB Serbia Mineral & Resource Planning Associates Ltd. MRPA UK BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016 http://www.minatura.eu/
  15. 15. Pan-European workshops  In 11 countries a first round of stakeholder meetings has already been organised  In WP5 a first evaluation was done. The partners came to the following conclusions: 1. Lack of awareness of the mining sector's importance at the national level 2. Lack of sufficient data and meta-data on minerals and areas in several countries; 3. A firm stand of strategic values at a national level is the key to put the process of legislation upgrading in motion; 4. Good examples are existing in every country but they are not skillfully used to promote sustainable mining in socio-economic terms; 5. The partners stated a need of Communication and trainings with and for key players in the policy cycle of land use/spatial planning for a better understanding of the mining sector's specifics and to increase their competence for transferring these specifics into legislation." BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  16. 16. Expected impact (1)  Resource-efficient Europe that supports the shift towards a resource efficient and low-carbon economy emphasising that a new strategy on raw materials will need to be presented “to create the right framework conditions for sustainable supply and management of domestic primary raw materials”  Smart growth - Innovation Union that will "revolutionize the way public and private sectors work together„ Industrial Policy for Green Growth that helps the EU's industrial base to be „competitive in the post- crisis world, promoting entrepreneurship and developing new skills” and thus creating new employment opportunities. The Digital Agenda for Europe that defines the key role of ICT for Europe to succeed in its ambitions for 2020. The objective of this Agenda is to chart a course to "maximise the social and economic potential of ICT" in further enhancing public access to information BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  17. 17. Expected impact (2)  Support to the implementation of RMI emphasizing the concept of the “added value chain”, sustainable supply approach Integrated approach – protection of MDoPI, raw materials planning, state-of-the-art Recommendations towards a concept for a Minerals Deposit Directive BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  18. 18. Thank you for your attention! www.minatura2020.eu blazena.hamadova@minpol.com BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  19. 19. MINATURA - Workflow BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016
  20. 20. HORIZON 2020 Land Use Call MinPol Opportunities:  Land use planning authorities - county council active in the extractive industry  Industry partners, e.g. working in exploration  Potentional Irish partners working with stakeholder involvement issues BLAŽENA HAMADOVÁ, DUBLIN 2016

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