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Assisting Lucara Diamond with 2015 GRI reporting

Prizma has been re-engaged to assist Lucara Diamond Corp. (Lucara),  PDAC’s  2016 Environmental and Social Responsibility Award winner, with its GRI-G4 based sustainability reporting efforts for the 2015 reporting cycle.

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Time running out to switch from GRI-G3 to GRI-G4

GRI's statics depicted below show a major shift from GRI-G3, the 3rd generation sustainability reporting guidelines, to G4, the latest guidelines which further emphasize reporting on what matters and where it matters.

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GRI G4 Training and Baklava in Istanbul

Involved in sustainability reporting since 2008, it was time to practice what I preach: get GRI-G4 certified. So why did I go to Turkey…?  Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-Nv

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Prizma re-engaged by Lundin Mining for Assurance Services

Prizma LLC was recently re-engaged by Lundin Mining Corp. to provide independent third party assurance of certain key performance indicators contained in its sustainability reporting. This assurance engagement follows the AccountAbility’s AA1000 Assurance Standard. As part of this engagement, Prizma’s team had an opportunity to visit Lundin Mining’s Candelaria and Ojos del Salado operations, as well as the associated desalinization plant, and copper concentrate export port facility in Chile.  - Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-Nc Read More

Who is Prizma and what do we do?

Having just returned from an interesting trip to Chile, it's time to launch Prizma's - now more mobile friendly - website. It highlights our core environmental, social and sustainability advisory services for projects typically involving financing from Development Financial Institutions, such as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) or the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Equator Principles Banks and Private Equity Funds. -- Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-Mf

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Postcard from Atacama Chile

A sustainability reporting assurance engagement provided an opportunity to see the Atacama Desert and stop for a coffee at the beautiful Bahia Inglesia, one of the top 10 beaches in Chile. This trip also provided an opportunity to learn about the changing landscape of Indigenous Peoples in Chile, which seems to be shaping large scale developments ranging from renewables to extractives in the only Latin American OECD Member Country.   - Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-LY Read More

Welcoming Peter Easton, Water Risk & Sustainability Advisor

Peter Easton LI imagePrizma’s collaborative network has been strengthened through Peter Easton, who brings 25 years of international water & environment expertise as both consultant and in operations. His background includes Water Resources Manager for Coca-Cola Europe, and Water & Environment Director at consultancy Zenith International.

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Completed Assurance Engagement for Lundin Mining

Prizma recently completed an independent third party assurance engagement for Lundin Mining, a mid-tier base metals producer with operating assets in Europe, USA and Chile, relating to the sustainability information in its 2014 sustainability report.  Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-LC

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Mining among Top 5 Sectors Publishing GRI Reports

Over 4,300 organizations have already published their sustainability reports covering the 2014 reporting period (and the count continues). The mining sector continues to be among the Top 5 sectors which disclose their sustainability performance using the GRI framework. Who are some of the key promoters and drivers? - Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-Kj

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World Bank adopts XBRL for 2014 Sustainability Review

GRI XBRLThe World Bank continues to lead the pack of multilateral financial institutions in sustainability reporting. Not resting on its laurels, the Bank is now also one of the first adopters of GRI’s XBRL, a tagging system to make reporting machine-readable. Will others follow? http://wp.me/p27qSt-Je Read More