RE-SOURCING - Make your case for Responsible Sourcing!

Created by the Vienna University of Economics and Business, together with 11 international partners, in response to the growing challenge of responsible sourcing in global mineral value chains.

Why RE-SOURCING?

The European Green Deal is the European Union's boldest ambition to tackle the growing threat of climate change and environmental degradation. In order to achieve a more sustainable and inclusive economy through the green technology transition, the sourcing of raw materials in global supply chains plays a decisive role. Responsible Sourcing is therefore becoming a reality for more and more businesses, NGOs, and policymakers alike. Everyone is striving to keep ahead of rapidly evolving ecological and social needs, company practices, business models, government regulations, and initiatives spearheaded by civil society, etc.

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Goals

Over the period of four years, the RE-SOURCING Platform will help decision-makers in industry, public policy and civil society to...

Learn

together from innovative business cases for Responsible Sourcing

Create

Responsible Sourcing Industry Roadmaps for renewable energy, mobility and electronics in the EU

Advance

the harmonization of concepts and establish a Global Definition of Responsible Sourcing

Build

a global Responsible Sourcing Community by connecting existing networks & stakeholders and expanding their base

A team with diverse backgrounds to match the challenge

Our team composition facilitates the setup of the RE-SOURCING Global Stakeholder Platform as a neutral and mediating space that is open to the many perspectives of involved stakeholders. Our skills, comprehensive background and expertise in the area of industry, academia and civil society will create the way forward that works for all - the planet, the people and businesses alike.

Esther Laabs

EIT RawMaterials GmbH

Project Manager Innovation

Masuma Farooki

MineHutte

Consulting Director

Andreas Endl

Vienna University of Economics and Business

Institute for Managing Sustainability

Project Coordination & Research

Alejandro Gonzàlez

Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations

Researcher SOMO / Coordinator GoodElectronics Network

Constanze Fetting

Vienna University of Economics and Business

Institute for Managing Sustainability

Research and project associate

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We invite you to be part of the RE-SOURCING Platform by subscribing to our growing network. By joining our network, you will receive our newsletters, will be invited to the various RE-SOURCING platform events (e.g. Conferences, Workshops, Webinars and Peer-Learning Labs) and will be informed about our latest achievements and publications.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under Grant Agreement No. 869276

Coordinated by:

  • Vienna University of Economics and Business,
  • Institute for Managing Sustainability
  • Welthandelsplatz 1A
  • 1020 Vienna
  • email: info@re-sourcing.eu