We are glad to know about your interest in the discussion and debate on mining and its role in society. 

The online-format of the different forums "Can mining make the world a greener place?" will be conducted via individual zoom sessions. Please fill the registration form with an e-mail address to receive the link and log in information the days prior to the event.  

Additional collected personal information will be exclusively used for statistical purposes and communication about the impact of the debate.

Sessions preliminary program


The closure session "Can mining make the world a greener place?" will live-streamed on the NHM’s Facebook and Youtube accounts where no registration is required. The link to the live transmission will be communicated soon.

Download the detailed programme here. 

Registration form

Which sessions do you plan on participating in?

Participants on the session Who decides? have the opportunity to get involved with different roles. Due to high demand, it is now only possible to register as an observer.  


Data protection and Privacy policy


Data procession notice

The organisers of this event (INFACT project, PACIFIC project and the  National History Museum of London) are collecting the data you are providing in this form for the organisation of the online event ‘Can mining make the world a greener place?’. 

Your personal data are processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.
The purpose of this data collection is to ensure a smooth organisation of the event ‘Can mining make the world a greener place?’ on 3 and 4 December 2020 and provide participants access to the online sessions.

The following personal data are collected: email address, continent, country, field of expertise. Only your email address is mandatory for your registration. The recipients of your data will be the INFACT project, PACIFIC project and the National History Museum of London teams in charge of the event organisation. Your data will not be shared with third parties and will not be used for other purposes. 
Your data will be kept for a maximum period of three months after the end of the event.  Data will be deleted at the end of this period.
You have the right to access your personal data and the right to correct any inaccurate or incomplete personal data. If you have any queries concerning the processing of your personal data, you may address them to the INFACT project at

Notice of video, photography and audio recording

By participating in the event ‘Can mining make the world a greener place?’ on 3 and 4 December 2020, you consent the video, photography and audio recording of your voice and image during the online event. By attending you also consent the release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction of this content for communications and promotional purposes on websites, social media, newsletters, videos and other publications by the event organisers. You release the organisers of the event, its staff, and each and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing, or publication and use of photographs, video and/or or sound recordings.

If you do not notify the organisers that you do not want to be filmed, recorded or photographed, you waive all rights you may have to any claim for the use of your image for communication activities related to the event.
You have the right to choose to not be filmed or photographed during the online event. In this case, you can turn off your camera and microphone during your participation. You can also notify us ( of your wish to not be featured on the communication and promotional materials.


Contact Information

This activity is part of the INFACT project. If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact: 
Name: Anita Stein
Partner organisation: European Federation of Geologists (EFG)

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INFACT and PACIFIC projects received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776487 and No 776622.