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Kyrgyz Prime Minister Babanov Visited Kumtor Mine – and me too!
In July 2012,
Sustainability Reporting in Mining Continues to Grow
Creating Paper Parks or Biodiversity Value in Kyrgyzstan?
In 1995, the
Assessing Kyrgyz Commission’s Report on Centerra Gold’s Kumtor Mine
Supporting Claimant at International Arbitration Hearing at ICSID
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 (
Canada’s GRI reporting in 2011 appears on par with 2010
Although 2011 GRI reporting in the US seems to be trailing by nearly 30% from 2010, Canada’s numbers remain largely on par. But has push by government and PDAC been effective? Read More
GRI Reporting Grows by 30% in USA and 50% in Canada
With over 450 new reports added to GRI’s database for 2010, it is time to present updated charts for Canada and the US. They show impressive growth rates, that these are different markets and that US reporters like to remain ‘Undeclared’.
NGOs Testing BHP Billiton and Investors’ Metal
As discussions about the failed Bill C300 are subsiding, BHP Billiton's sustainability report is being mocked and NGOs lodged complaints about the company’s Mozal aluminum smelter with the JSE SRI Index and IFC’s independent recourse mechanism. Read More