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Contract Transparency

Contract transparency refers to the public disclosure of the contracts signed between mining companies and their host governments.

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Transparency of Mineral Revenues: Position Statement

Promoting revenue transparency to enhance governance, combat corruption and foster sustainable growth.

Organisational communications

Governance and Transparency

Our goal is the promotion of governance norms and systems that help realise the benefits of natural resources.

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Why corporate transparency on water is important ↗

Water availability is a growing global challenge shared across countries, industry sectors and society, writes ICMM's Dawn Brock and Katie Osborne, and WWF's Alexis Morgan.

Comment & analysis

ICMM and EITI publish paper on why contract transparency is so important in the rush to secure critical minerals

Alongside EITI we are pleased to share our new brief which looks at both organisations' commitments around contract transparency and considerations for good practice.

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The Critical Minerals Rush – Why is contract transparency so important?

In the rush to deliver the minerals critical to the clean energy transition, we cannot lose sight of responsible mineral resource governance.

Research & briefings

01 – Ethical Business

Apply ethical business practices and sound systems of corporate governance and transparency to support sustainable development.

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Building trust with stakeholders through transparency and consistency in water quality reporting ↗

Going beyond water management to proactive and holistic water stewardship requires a comprehensive understanding of the quality of water being managed at a mine site.

Comment & analysis

Partnering With the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

ICMM is committed to open and transparent management of natural resources.

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ICMM makes new commitment on contract transparency and publishes members’ 2020 tax contribution

Members of ICMM have committed to disclose all mineral development contracts granted or entered into from 1 January 2021, wherever they operate, to strengthen mineral resource governance.

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What we learned about the mining sector's priorities for business integrity in times of crisis

Considerations from the first in a series of discussions on business integrity in mining organised by WEF's PACI, ICMM, EITI and Transparency International's Accountable Mining Programme.

Comment & analysis

Scope 3 Emissions Accounting and Reporting Guidance

This Guidance provides a standardised framework for mining and metals companies to calculate and disclose their value chain emissions to improve transparency and accelerate collaborative action.

Guidance & toolkits

Responsible investment is on the rise but does the ESG emperor have any clothes? ↗

Investors demand transparency - but are opaque about how they use ESG information - raising questions of impact, writes ICMM COO Aidan Davy for Ethical Corp.

Comment & analysis

Water Reporting: Good Practice Guide

Supports the sector in compiling simple and relevant information on water to provide a solid foundation for consistent water reporting.

Guidance & toolkits

Sophie Donszelmann

Meet ICMM manager Sophie Donszelmann.

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SDG16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Supporting action to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.

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Prevent Bribery and Corruption

ICMM members commit to implementing policies and practices to prevent bribery and corruption, and to publicly disclose facilitation payments.

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SDG8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Supporting action to promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.

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Annual Report, 2010

Read our Annual Report for 2010.

Organisational communications

Tailings Facilities of ICMM Company Members

ICMM supports the discloser of the details of the tailings storage facilities owned or operated by company members.

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