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Map of Potentially Exploitable Resources

  • Health and safety
  • Land-use planning
  • Permitting processes / policy integration
  • Reporting official statistics
  • Socio-economic and environmental impact assessments

Challenge the practice is addressing: To inform authorities of which geological resources are avaiilable in their territory by defining the varieties of exploitable resources and their locations.

Concrete practice to achieve the expected goal: The first step is to involve regional authorities in the idea of integrating geological considerations and land use planning. The second step is defining resources and locations to ultimately create a Map of Potentially Exploitable Resources.

Expected impact/goal of the practice: Integrating geological and mining considerations in land use planning with the involvement of regional authorities and by creating a cartographic representation of deposits.

Who is the target user group of the practice/intervention or implementing the practice/intervention? Geological survey and regional authorities

Hyperlink
Source
Deliverable 6.2: Final Manual for Good Practice Guidance (p. 19)
Year
2019
Data item type
Practice base
Practice type
Public policy
Format
Report / document
Learning relevance
Guidelines / guidance document
Commodity
Unspecified (universally applicable)
Extractive life-cycle
Pre-exploration (land-use planning)
Exploration
Sustainability scope
Benefit sharing
Transparency
Shared vision partnerships
Land-use and biodiversity
System change potential
provide OA information on geological resources for public authorities