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Funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Funding, MineHutte, together with 11 international institutions is part of the RE-SOURCING PROJECT – A Global Stakeholder Platform for Responsible Sourcing in Mineral Value Chains.

With a growing demand from civil society, consumers, investors and the mining sector for ESG driven strategies, the need for understanding, committing, implementing and evaluating Responsible Sourcing is increasing across the sector.

MineHutte, together with its consortium partners and stakeholders, is working towards drafting a globally accepted definition of Responsible Sourcing for mineral value chains.

We will also be drafting guidance documents for implementation and reporting of Responsible Sourcing by industry players over the next three years.

To find out more about the project, please contact us at


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under Grant Agreement No. 869276


Publications by MineHutte under RE-SOURCING Project

Report: The International Responsible Sourcing Agenda - Sate of Play (April 2020)

Providing an overview of the current state of Responsible Sourcing practices in the extraction of minerals & their processing, the report outlines identified ESG challenges and analysis how current Responsible Sourcing approaches are attempting to address these, and the gaps that remain.


Responsible Sourcing & The Case for Business Competitveness

As responsible sourcing requirements increase for businesses in mineral and metals supply chains, this Briefing Document considers four stages of business engagement with Responsible Sourcing practices and outlines why Responsible Sourcing is going to be a key factor for firms to maintain and expand their operations.