Rethinking and reducing transport has a key role to play to achieve the targets set under the Paris Agreement. How and to what extent the emobility sector can contribute to that is a very debated topic these days. In our latest briefing document, Stefanie Degreif and Johannes Betz systematically analyse the current challenges and gaps for responsible sourcing in the e-mobility sector across the mining, manufacturing and recycling stages. Explore their vision to ensure sustainability across the lifecycle of lithium-ion batteries with required actions in the short, medium and long-term.
The third edition of the RE-SOURCING newsletter has been published on September 29th, 2021! Read the latest news on: - Upcoming events: RE-SOURCING Virtual Conference (November 2021), RE-SOURCING Workshop at WRF2021 Conference (October 2021), Consultation Meeting on the Electronics Sector (October 2021), and Roadmap Workshop on the Mobility Sector (October 2021) - Recent publications: several new Briefing Documents - Relevant international news on Responsible Sourcing Enjoy reading and let us know what you think!
The second edition of the RE-SOURCING newsletter has been published on April 1st, 2021! Read the latest on: - The RE-SOURCING Opening Conference in January; - The upcoming Flagship lab (April 2021) and Roadmap workshop (October 2021); - Important developments in Responsible Sourcing for Q1 2021; - The RE-SOURCING partners’ newest publications and updates; Enjoy reading and let us know what you think!
1st edition of our Newsletter, which brings to you the most recent developments as well as actions and events of the RE-SOURCING project. We bring together businesses, policy makers and civil society in their endeavor to establish Responsible Sourcing. In this Newsletter you will find important and first-hand information about the RE-SOURCING Project at a glance, latest news, upcoming events and recent publications, which we hope are useful for your work.
The first meeting of the EU project ‘RE-SOURCING – A Global Stakeholder Platform for Responsible Sourcing’ took place at the Vienna University of Economics and Business from the 16th-18th of December 2019. Interactive working groups, video interviews with experts, presentations of project tasks and an entertaining evening programme made for a solid basis to foster successful collaboration between the 25 participants over the next 4 years.
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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
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