More information on this symposium is available via this link (Page is in Dutch)
On this page you can find a selection of the presentations from the REEcover Workshop “Towards post 2020 in the Raw Material Sector: challenges and priorities”.
The workshop took place in Brussels on November 8th, 2016.
Introduction to NTNU
Pro-Rector Kari Melby
Input on Policy and Research Priorities from the REEcover project and workshop on critical raw materials (26-27 September 2016)
Prof. Gabriella Tranell, coordinator REEcover
Raw Materials: Achievements and next steps in the EU strategy
Dr. Manuel Gómez Herrero
China announced on Oct 18 that it will limit its annual mining of rare earth within 140,000 tonnes by 2020 in its latest attempt to overhaul the sector and ensure its sound development.
The government will continue to investigate and apprehend anyone involved in illegal mining, processing or trade in rare earth metals and better manage market access, according to a rare earth development plan for the 2016-2020 period, released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).
Technologies and Policies for a Circular Economy on Rare Earth Elements – Event organised by EU FP7 Project REEcover, Co-organised by SPIRE7 project REE4EU and Marie Curie Project EREAN.