The Serbian Institute for Critical Materials from Belgrade, in cooperation with EU partners, has launched a sectoral mining platform for the exchange of knowledge and experience, www.Euromining.news
The Euromining.news platform is an international digital platform that focuses on the mineral resources industry, modern technology in the exploitation of ores and natural raw materials that have their application in various industries of everyday life.
The digital platform monitors, analyzes and processes information about the mining industry in Europe, and includes both innovative EU-funded mining projects and investment projects and modern environmental and technological solutions in the mining sector.
We also use the final products of the mining sector in everyday life, from home and kitchen appliances to electronic devices that we use at work and in every other segment of modern life.
The path from exploration to the exploitation of mineral resources is long and complex, requiring a lot of investment and a large flow of time to the final product, with strict environmental protection processes in all stages of development. An ecologically cleaner energy transition is one of the biggest beneficiaries of mining projects, the products of which are used to produce parts for hydropower plants, wind turbines, and solar panels.
Since its inception, Serbia has been primarily a mining and agricultural economy, which developed on those bases through the processes of industrialization and modernization of the industry. Even today, Serbia has the chance to use its natural resources in the interest of all its citizens through a systemically regulated environment of industrialization.
The Institute for Critical Materials from Belgrade, in cooperation with PKS as an institutional partner, works to promote the importance of the mining sector through the previously launched digital platform www.rudarstvo.org, the success of which gave birth to a new EU project, Euromining.news