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Creating Paper Parks or Biodiversity Value in Kyrgyzstan?
In 1995, the
What do Mining and Gardening Have in Common?
Even the most diverse projects in different parts of the world tend to share some communalities in terms of context. And sometimes, recognizing these can be very sobering. Two recent assignments in the lawn and garden sector in North America (
Canadian CSR Councellor Launches Consultation on Dispute Resolution Mechanism
The Office of the Extractive Sector Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Counsellor launched consultations on its new dispute-resolution mechanism. Will this - and the role of the CSR Councellor more generally - make the controversial Bill C-300 obsolete? Read More
Can CSR in Mining deliver MDG and Reputational Lift?
On March 6, 2010, the Canadian CSR Councilor, Marketa Evans, delivered her key note speech on 21st Century CSR at the Mining, People and Environment event which preceded the Prospector & Developer Association of Canada’s (PDAC) convention in Toronto. Her comments provided some food for thought and raised interesting discussions. Read More
Continued Industry Opposition to CSR Bill C-300 in Canada
Clear lines in the sand about CSR Bill C-300 targeting Canadian extractive companies operating abroad:
Review Mechanism Priority for Canadian CSR Councellor
During a webinar hosted by the Canadian Institute for Mining & Petroleum (