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Project Workshop: Finland 2019
The Consortium has just held a stimulating and informative workshop and project meeting at Koli, in Eastern Finland, 15-17 May. The three day meeting consisted of presentations from IMP@CT members and other stakeholders, focusing on the subject of social sustainability associated with mining and resources. A full workshop report will be posted here shortly.
Project Workshop: Balkans 2018
The second Balkans workshop was held in Bosnia and Serbia, 2-5 July 2018, and hosted by Mineco, and the Gross Mine at Srebenica in Bosnia.
The First International Conference MINES OF THE FUTURE, AIMS 2018 was held at RWTH Aachen on 23-24 May 2018. The IMPaCT Project held a special session during the conference which was well attended, and consisted of two Keynote speakers – Dr Kathryn Moore and Dominic Roberts from IMP@CT, and five further presentations from IMP@CT partners as well as posters, and participation in a panel discussion on the subject of “Mines of the future need to be different from those of today?”
2018 IMP@CT Annual Project Meeting in Bristol, UK
IMP@CT held its Project Management Team Meeting in the UK on 22 and 23 February. It was a very informative and productive two days, with presentations and updates from almost all partners, and many decisions about the progress and next steps were made. In addition a separate WP6 kick off meeting was held, to get the Work Package off to a good start.
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