SUMEX has organised a series of workshops since the project started in 2020.
We invite you to consult the presentations and recorded talks via the ‘Past events’ section of this website.
Policy brief 1
Key findings of the SUMEX project (state-of-the-art, gaps, good practices etc.) are summarised in yearly reports. The first issue focuses on the findings relating to the European Sustainable Development Framework (D1.1).
Policy brief 2
This policy brief summarises how SUMEX is assessing practices and their relevance for a transition towards sustainability in the extractives sector.
Capacity Building Survey Results
In autumn 2021, the SUMEX team held a survey to identify where specific knowledge gaps exist in the field of sustainable extraction with the goal to understand how to support capacity-building in sustainable management for the extractive industries. For this, actors from the extractive industries, civil society and policy and permitting authorities were requested to share their specific needs for knowledge transfer in certain aspects relevant to their work.
European Sustainable Development Framework
This document deals with a) sustainability definitions; b) the set-up of a European sustainability framework and c) corresponding implications for the extractive industry in Europe. In a first stage the initial priorities and attributes for sustainable development have been defined. The current status will be taken as base for a stakeholder consultation process in the coming months.
SD Criteria SUMEX Sustainability Framework
This report describes a sustainability framework for the European extractive industry established by the SUMEX project.
Clustering Workshops: Lessons learned and key take
This report provides a compilation of ‘snapshots’ highlighting the problems addressed in the workshops, potential or actual solutions and recommended good practices.
Inventory of relevant extractive projects
This report presents an inventory of extractive projects in Europe addressing socio‐economic and environmental impacts, land use planning, health & safety, reporting and permitting, including the results of the mapping and pre‐screening for good practices.
This deliverable provides important information for SUMEX stakeholders on project related work processes: meta-analysis of extractive sector practices (WP2) and use case elaboration (WP3). For that purpose, it offers a transparent perspective about SUMEX work processes and analytical frameworks for mapping extractive sector practices as well as a clear methodology for use case elaboration and meta-analysis.
Draft report policy analysis
This report presents an institutional resource regime analysis (IRR) of the 2 use cases, Boliden Area in Sweden and Canteras La Ponderosa in Spain and findings from the Delphi questionnaire on sustainable mineral extraction. In-depth case analysis indicates the main areas of policy incoherence and how they affect sustainability in extractives. Findings identify strategies and instruments to tackle challenges in different institutional regimes.
Technical specification for the SUMEX toolkit
The SUMEX project builds a digital Toolkit for good practice learning, which engages in processes and builds tools to make this knowledge available and provide support for decision-making in public and private sector alike. This report investigates options for technical implementation, the management approach and a first mapping of target groups. It does so by means of desk-research of existing approaches as well as internal and external consultation processes with potential users and participants.
Toolkit Learners and Leaders League (3-L) approach
This deliverable provides a plan of action and engagement approach of SUMEX with people and organisations and their involvement in project actions, in order to facilitate the creation of a Learners & Leader League and a Community of Practice.
Summary of kick-off workshop “Europeanising sustainable development in the extractive industries”
Sketch notes: Summary report of the peer-learning workshops
This document summarises the key findings from the peer-learning workshops organised in the SUMEX project between November 2021 and November 2022
Project webpage and social media representation
This document describes the structure and elements of the SUMEX website (www.sumexproject.eu) as well as the project’s social media channels. The website serves as a dynamic resource portal and a repository for the project’s results and outputs. The social media channels are all directly linked on the website.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement nº 101003622