Virtual Conference 2022 - save the date!





Save the date for our upcoming Virtual Conference 2022 on November 7-13, under the theme 'Reality Check on Responsible Sourcing: Trends, Obstacles and Opportunities'.

We're extremely happy to announce the upcoming RE-SOURCING Virtual Conference 2022 on November 7-13!

Last year's Virtual Conference 'On the Road to Responsible Sourcing - how to achieve meaningful impact' was held in November 2021 and brought together more than 400 participants and over 30 speakers from around the world. This year we are pleased to invite you on November 7-13, 2022 for a full week of engagement at our Virtual Conference 'Reality Check on Responsible Sourcing: Trends, Obstacles and Opportunities'


What to expect at the RE-SOURCING Virtual Conference 2022

This year we continue to offer you a deep dive into some of the most urgent developments and challenges in the field of Responsible Sourcing for mineral raw materials:

  • Stress Test for Responsible Sourcing? In-between our 2050 ambitions and economic resilience in view of rising geopolitical tensions
  • Local priorities for global Responsible Sourcing: what are the differences and synergies between Latin America and the EU?
  • Technological solutions for tracking raw material flows: A reality check of what to expect as a company from blockchain & co.
  • Believing in Unicorns: Are we fooling ourselves on sustainable supply?

This edition of our Virtual Conference will be open from November 7-13 with a 3-day live program (November 8-10) and an on-demand library of pre-recorded sessions and additional resources throughout the entire week.

Whether you are a business manager, CSO representative or policy-maker, this virtual conference will provide you with a rich experience including interviews, interactive sessions, panel discussions, networking with other projects and additional resources.

Registrations will open soon!

Save the date in your calendar.

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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
  • email: