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Green light for Sweden's first new mine in 10 years

On Wednesday, Botnia Exploration was informed by the Supreme Court that no leave to appeal was granted on the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation’s appeal. Thus, the Land and Environmental Court of Appeal’s ruling from December 2020 gains legal force and Sweden’s first new mine in over ten years can thus start operations.

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The Swedish Mine

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Mining - how it works

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What are Critical Raw Materials?

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26 October

Svemin’s Environmental Conference 21

Svemin’s Environmental Conference 2021 – A sustainable future requires sustainable permit processes The highly topical cement crisis has exposed the…
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27 October

Seminar: Creating value through closure

Creating value through closure Risk Informed Closure Design: Key to maintaining license to operate A collaboration between Luleå University of…
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02-04 November

FEM 2021

The 13th Fennoscandian Exploration and Mining Conference (FEM 2021) will be organized as a condensed online event without a trade…
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15-19 November

Raw Materials Week 2021

The sixth edition of the “Raw Materials Week” will take place from 15 to 19 November 2021 as hybrid and…
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18 November

Svemin’s Autumn Meeting 2021

Svemins Autumn Meeting 2021 The availability of raw materials sets the pace for real climate transition. Report after report has…
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14-16 June

Euro Mine Expo 2022

New business opportunities for the mining industry In this international trade fair and conference for the mining industry and associated…
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