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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

Prizma Celebrates 10 Years in Business

Mehrdad Nazari webTen years ago, Mehrdad Nazari, a former environmental and sustainability specialist at the European Bank, set up Prizma as a boutique ESIA and sustainability advisory practice. We provide environmental and social consulting services to developers and investors in order to make their projects more bankable, credible and sustainable. During Prizma's first decade, our journey has taken us from gold mining in Central Asia to wind farming in Central America. Our engagements have benefited junior mining companies to multilateral financial institutions. And our network spans the world. We invite you to download our newsletter: Prizma_10 Years in Business.  http://wp.me/p27qSt-HQ

Centerra Gold Extends US$150M Revolving Credit Facility With EBRD

Centerra Gold Inc. recently announced it has extended its existing US$150 million revolving credit facility with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) until February 17, 2016. Prizma has been assisting Centerra and its Kumtor operation with their corporate responsibility and sustainability reporting efforts and other activities. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-HM Read More

Prizma to Support Lucara Diamond with G4 Sustainability Reporting

Prizma was re-engaged to assist Lucara Diamond Corp., a new diamond producer, with its sustainability reporting process. Lucara’s two key assets are the Karowe mine in Botswana and the Mothae project in Lesotho. Lucara is pursuing a transition of its reporting to GRI-G4, the Global Reporting Initiative’s latest sustainability reporting guidelines.

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MDBs adopting GRI Framework

Cover_GRI4As a former staff of the European Bank currently assisting the World Bank with a stakeholder panel review of its corporate responsibility review, I was impressed to see that many of the major multilateral development banks (MDBs) have adopted the sustainability reporting framework of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). The World Bank was one of the first organizations to adopt the latest – fourth generation – guidelines (GRI G4) already last year, and still remains the only one to do so amongst its peers.

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Why are GRI report publication dates shifting to later?

Image Best-Before 03As a GRI-G4 certified practitioner in sustainability reporting, I note an interesting trend. Reporting dates appear to show a forward shift (on average), although you might expect the opposite, as organisations get better at it. Why is this?

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Equator Banks get poor Marks on Transparency and Disclosure

Equator Principles Reporting Do Financial Institutions meet their GoalsAs a practitioner involved in bankable ESIAs, and supporting developers and financial advisors/institutions for projects ranging from wind farms to mining, I follow the developments around the IFC Performance Standards and the Equator Principles closely. This is why Olaf Weber’s publication “Equator Principles Reporting: Do Financial Institutions meet their Goals?” caught my eye. -- Link: http://wp.me/p27qSt-FG

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