Sustainable Acceptable Mining

Project: Research

Project Details

Description

SAM is a sustainability project with a multiscience approach. It has several Work packages that cover technology foresight and the three elements of sustainability. Main focus is on social licence to operate. Environmental sustainability is focused on water, economic sustainability is focused on new sustainable business and service concepts. In addition, SAM has interaction with industry (case studies), its stakeholders and research. International cooperation is also important.
AcronymSAM
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/02/1331/12/15

Research Output

  • 2 Report
  • 2 Article
  • 1 Conference abstract in proceedings
  • 1 Conference Abstract

EU emission targets of 2050: Costs and CO2 emissions comparison of three different solar and heat pump-based community-level district heating systems in nordic conditions

Rehman, H. U., Hirvonen, J., Jokisalo, J., Kosonen, R. & Sirén, K., 12 Aug 2020, In : Energies. 13, 6, 4167.

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    Role of water in sustainable mining

    Saarivuori, E. & Wessman-Jääskeläinen, H., 2014, Minerals in circular economy: Book of abstracts. Salmi, O., Kiviketo-Reponen, P., Salminen, J., Ekroos, A., Illikainen, M. & Käpyaho, A. (eds.). Espoo: VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, p. 37-38 (VTT Technology, Vol. 192).

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