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Session 9: Sustainable Governance of Resources

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Wednesday 25, 14h30 – 16h30

Chairs: Jennifer Helgeson and Cornis van der Lugt

Room: 15

SS 9.1Human rights policies of metal and mining companies: do they respond to public pressure? by Julia Göhringer (University of Konstanz, Germany)
SS 9.2Stakeholder Acceptance of Sustainable Standard Systems in Mining by Rasmus Tröster1, Samuel Drempetic2, Philipp Sauer2, Fabian Krause3, Michael Hiete1 (1Ulm University, Germany; 2University of Kassel, Germany; 3University of Hohenheim, Germany) 
SS 9.3Extractive Revenues & Local Resource Curse: Comparative Case Analysis in the Peruvian Andes by Sandra Carrillo (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru) 
SS 9.4Towards sustainable mining – Integrated information system on raw material production and trade by Andreas Manhart, Doris Schüler, Stefanie Degreif, Peter Dolega (Oeko-Institut, Germany) 
SS 9.5Order in the ‘mining–development disorder’: Property rights regime of gold mining and the outcomes on sustainable development in Ghana by Stephen Yeboah1, Martha Amoako2 (1University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2Charles University, Czech Republic) 
SS 9.6Private governance in the making – a governance network analysis of the transition from niche governance towards convergence of sustainability initiatives and standards in the global gold sector by Jens Michael Heidingsfelder, Dimitar Zvezdov (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany) 
SS 9.7Enhancing the international cooperation on mineral policies by developing a World Forum on Raw Materials (WFRM) by Blažena Hamadová, Diego Murguia, Günter Tiess (MINPOL GmbH, Austria) 
SS 9.8How does a Type III environmental declaration can support Sustainable Consumption and Production? by MAUD JACQUOT1, ETIENNE LEES PERASSO2 (1B4Green consulting, Switzerland; 2Bureau Veritas CODDE, France) 
SS 9.9The Resilience Dividend Accounting for the Co-benefits of Resilience Planning by Jennifer Freya Helgeson (National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States of America) 
SS 9.10Eco-industrial park initiatives in Vietnam by Phuong Thanh Tran (UNIDO, VN) 
SS 9.11Rejuvenation of Lakes in Indian Cities: A Case Study for Betterment of Wetlands in Bangalore by Ranjana Siva1, Tarun Kumar2, Avantika Srivastava1, Kriti Bhalla1, Meenakshi Piplani1, Manisha Basu1, Vishal Mishra(1M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore,India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India; 3Vijaya Vittala Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India)