The project is coming to an end... Or not?This meeting will bring together all
Partners that were involved in MineHeritage
Project to present the final results! You do not want to miss this
opportunity to hear about this amazing educational project which combined
several scientific fields. We hope you can join us virtually and engage with
the EIT Raw Materials community!Welcome to MineHeritage, find out
everything about the project because this is only the beginning of a great
The MineHeritage (MH) proposal results from the need to outreach to society
about the knowledge in mining and raw materials in Europe, their demand, the
impact technological development and the effect in the evolution of societies.
Looking at mining through an historical approach brings a positive perspective
on the subject which has been looked upon as hostile and a source of conflict.
MineHeritage will show that mining is a core part of the history of Europe,
being a key component in Europe's development and modern living, including
virtually all aspects such as work, quality of life and environmental dynamics.
The MH project responds to the strategic objectives of KIC by increasing the
attractiveness of the Raw Materials sector across the wider society by joining
the growing interest in cultural heritage with mining. A strong de-siloing is
achieved by the large number of partners from different activities, countries
and CLCs contributing to the consortium, covering Europe, from North to South
and East to West (Portugal, Croatia, Poland, France, Italy, Finland, Slovakia,
Germany, Spain, Estonia and Belgium). The characteristics of the consortium and
the MH proposal will allow a wide dissemination on Raw Materials related themes
to the Wider Society, expanding the outreach of the KIC community