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INTRAW Cornwall meeting

October 3-7: INTRAW consortium, review meeting and workshop with the experts in Cornwall!

On Tuesday the project had its mid-term review meeting with EASME. From Wednesday-Thursday the experts were involved in ongoing project tasks, including the development of the observatory business model and the fine-tuning of the scenarios for the action plans.

On Friday the group visited the Geevor and Botallack tin mines, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Session 3

Session 3: discussion on the observatory services

Session 2

Session 2: fine-tuning scenarios

Ore procssing in Geevor: separation of tin rich grains

Ore processing in Geevor: separation of tin rich grains

Classic Cornwall landscape at Botallack tin mine

Classic Cornwall landscape at the Botallack tin mine.

Second INTRAW WP2 meeting in Brussels

The second INTRAW WP2 workshop took place in EFG’s offices in Brussels. The meeting was related to a scenario building exercise. The partners defined the influence factors during the first workshop and produced projections for each of them as their “homework”.

During the meeting, cross impact analysis were performed in order to develop groups of projections which might plausibly appear simultaneously in the future, with 2050 defined as the target time-horizon.

Luis and Tamas were participating at the workshop.

Far-left: Luis and Tamas participating in the workshop.

INTRAW WP2 meeting in Brussels

INTRAW WP2 just kicked off in Stuttgart with its first workshop.

The partners performed a scenario-building exercise in order to define the most relevant influencing factors which are likely to shape the future of Raw Materials.

Tamas took part in the workshop on behalf of LPRC.

Discussion on the influence factors

Discussion on influencing factors

INTRAW WP2 meeting in Stuttgart

An INTRAW consortium meeting took place in Stuttgart. Work Package 2 (Programming) has just launched under the coordination of Fraunhaufer.

WP2 will ensure the development of cooperation strategies based on the best practices identified in the target countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, S.Africa, US) on applied research and innovation, joint educational and skills programmes, trade, exploration, exploitation, processing, recycling, and substitution in the raw materials sector.

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