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This guide provides practical tools and case studies to support mining and metals companies build strong and mutually beneficial relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
This guide by ICMM and IUCN provides practical tools for managing biodiversity at all stages, from initial exploration to mine closure planning and implementation.
This guidance is intended to support safe, responsible management of tailings across the global mining industry, with the ultimate goal of eliminating fatalities and catastrophic events.
ICMM’s Mining Principles define good practice environmental, social and governance requirements for the mining and metals industry.
ICMM's most recent closure guide balances environmental protection and social wellbeing with financial performance, writes ICMM's closure lead Dawn Brock for AusIMM Bulletin.
Training materials intended to promote a more integrated outcome and control of closure planning and implementation activities at an operational level.
ICMM’s guidance on health impact assessments (HIA) provides companies with a way to understand its impacts and make plans to contribute positively to the health outcomes of their stakeholders.
This document provides an overview of the Awareness and Preparedness for Emergencies at Local Level (APELL) for mining and metals companies supported by case study examples.
The Investing in African Mining Indaba is a valuable platform for driving best practice and positive change in the mining industry, says ICMM CEO Tom Butler in an article for Mining Weekly.
Our guide shares best practice and supports the industry in planning for and implementing effective mine closure
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