Category Archives: Environmental, Social and Governance

Mining and Society Part 3 – Mining’s relationship with technology

Mining has been an early adopter of some new tech yet remains more reliant on [...]

Mining and Society Part 2 – Mining’s relationship with investors

There is a chasm between investor perception and mining reality that needs to be closed, [...]

Mining and Society Part 1 – Mining’s relationship with society

Mining provides employment, training and education, and contributes to the green revolution. Yet we hear [...]

The challenges of gender equality in Chilean mining

Mireya Guerra reports on the gender gap in Chilean mining and introduces the decalogue developed [...]

The fight to eradicate modern slavery

Audrey Lopez looks at measures to address modern day slavery, with examples of initiatives and [...]

White Paper: Is the current composition of boards stifling the effectiveness of mining companies?

Mining needs a transformation; it needs to innovate and change the way it is perceived [...]

Changing perceptions of mining

Perceived by many as a polluting, destructive industry, mininhas long suffered from a tarnished reputation [...]