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4th Steering Committee Meeting, organized by the Croatian Geological Survey, was held between the 9th and the 11th April 2014 in Pula, Croatia. More information with some photos please find in past events.

2nd stakeholder consultations in Slovakia took place on 1st April 2014, organized by the Ministry of Environment of Slovak Republik.

Greek project partners IGME and TUC have prepared the Proceedings of the 1st consultation for the project SNAP-SEE: »Sustainable Planning of  Aggregates in Greece«. More info please find in news.

Stakeholders consultation in Serbia took place on 21st February 2014 in Belgrade, organized by the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology.

The first stakeholders consultation in Greece was successfully completed on Friday 7 February 2014. The event was coorganised by the EKBAA-IGME and TUC partners and it was attended by 51 participants. More information on the Greek consultation please find in past events.

More on stakeholder consultations in SEE and other project events please find in past events and some photos in galleries.

  

NEXT SNAP-SEE EVENTS

After succesfully completed first round of stakeholder consultations, the second round in SEE countries has started: 

2nd consultations in Serbia will be held on 22nd April 2014, organized by the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology, in Italy on 8th May 2014, organized by the Emilia-Romagna Region and the Trento Province, while in Romania will be held on 5th June 2014, organized by the Geological Institute of Romania.

Final conference of the SNAP-SEE project will be organized by the Technical University of Crete and will take place between the 8th and the 12th of September 2014 in Chania on the island of Crete, Greece. Basic information please find in events.

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BACKGROUND

Assuring sustainable supply of aggregates is an important challenge due to their economic importance and the potential environmental and social impacts associated with their production. The SNAP-SEE project focuses on developing and disseminating tools for aggregates management planning in Southeast Europe (SEE). It builds on the results of the Sustainable Aggregates Resource Management (SARMa) project. Due to regional differences in historical development, there are diverse approaches to aggregates policies, planning and management in SEE, which is hindering resource efficiency and economic development in the region:

- differences among mineral policies;

- aggregates policies and plans are distributed among many different legal documents, making coordination and a comprehensive understanding difficult;

- authorities in SEE countries do not have the understanding of either sustainable aggregates resource management (SARM) or planning for sustainable supply mix (SSM) and;

- there is almost a complete lack of coordination on planning supply from primary and secondary aggregates sources.

CHALLENGES

The identified problems are a lack of:

- coordinated/regional planning for aggregates’ supply that  addresses cross-sectoral interactions and ensures that documents are consistent; 

- integrated planning for primary and secondary aggregates that addresses resource efficiency;

- capacity and competence to address the preceding two problems;

- stakeholder engagement and consultation process to ensure that planning addresses the concerns and needs of all target groups.

  

MAIN OBJECTIVES

The primary objective is to develop a Toolbox for Aggregates Planning to support national/regional, primary and secondary aggregates planning in SEE countries, which will include:

- SNAP-SEE Vision for a transition to integrated, comprehensive sustainable aggregates planning in SEE;

- Handbook on Capacity Building and Stakeholder Consultation;

- Handbook on Data and Analysis Methods;

- Aggregates Planning Scheme, containing planning modules that embody the principles, approaches and action necessary to achieve the goals of the Vision.

 

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