ESG Reporting Roundtables
On Tuesday 26th January, at 07:30 and 16:30 GMT we held virtual round table discussions on inclusion of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors in reporting of mineral deposit estimates and exploration results globally.
Recordings, pre-reading and relevant links can all be found on this page. Content can also be found on our YouTube channel

Organised by:

Image by Dion Beetson

ABOUT

Discussion focussed on:

  • Context and why ESG is important;

  • Challenges faced in incorporating these aspects into codes and standards;

  • Changes happening or anticipated as a result; and

  • What can we learn from each other and what can we share?

Speakers include advisors to and /or members of the different CRIRSCO codes or standards. 

AGENDA

TRAILER

Watch the 5 minute 'teaser trailer' from across both sessions 

HIGHLIGHTS

Watch the condensed highlights reel from across both sessions 

Global

CRIRSCO: committee for mineral reserves international reporting standards

Represented by: Roger Dixon

China

Standing Committee on Mineral Reserve and Mineral Resource Definitions

Represented by: Lei (Ariel) Cao and Meng Wand

Mongolia

Mongolian Professional Institute of Geosciences and Mining

Represented by: Gerlee Bayanjargal

Australia

JORC and AusIMM

Represented by: Steve Hunt., Stuart Masters, Geraldine McGuire and Bruce Harvey

Europe

Pan European Reserves & Resources Reporting Committee

Represented by: Ed Sides

South Africa

The South African Mineral Reporting Codes.

Represented by: Teresa Steele-Schober, Tania Marshall and Roger Dixon

Canada

Standing Committee on Mineral Reserve and Mineral Resource Definitions

Represented by: Jenifer Hill, Joe Ringwald, Ian Thomson, Garth Kirkham and Greg Gosson

Indonesia

Kode Komite Cadangan Mineral Indeonesia (KCMI Code)

Represented by: Budi Santoso

USA

Modernization of Property Disclosures for Mining Registrants

Represented by: Stella Searston and Greg Gosson

INFACT Introduction

INFACT - Innovative, Non-Invasive and Fully Acceptable Exploration Technologies 

The EU Horizon2020 project aims at developing technologies that are more acceptable to society and that will invigorate and equip the exploration industry, unlocking unrealised potential in new and mature areas. 

Speaker: Dr Cathryn MacCallum 

Q&A Document                 Further Comments

Background understanding

Want to know more about what ESG means around the world? Check out our previously recorded talks, that cover a range of relevant topics.

A great example is that by Ludivine Wouters, who perfectly explains the 'G' from ESG (right)!

Supporting partners

INFACT

PERC

YES

DIGBEE

THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

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