Links to useful reports and websites

Dimensions and Digital Science report on exploring the global landscape of research on Sustainable Development Goals. Foreword on Covid-19 and impact.

Responsible Mining Index 2020 report: evidence-based assessment of mining company policies and practices on ESG. Great visualization of company scores

UN and International Resource Panel report on Mineral Resource Governance in 21st century including fact-sheet and summary for policy makers

World Bank Group report – forest smart mining – identifyies both good and bad practises and policy responses for artisanal and small-scale mining in forest landscapes

World Barometer. One of the services provided by the International Raw Materials Observatory, using open public sources of info on sector trends, industry drivers, etc...

White paper Mapping Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals: An Atlas. In conjunction with World Economic Forum & Colombia Centre for Sustainable Development

Resources linked to GfGD work, including reports from work at the UN, academic papers, and other publications. Anything behind a paywall can be requested 

University of British Columbia report: Engaging Communities of Interest to Secure Input to Mine Design Decisions. Concludes efforts must be context specific.

Satarla newsletter which focuses on risk management within the mining sector. This has links to their Mining Factsheet, and a joint paper with Lloyds, amongst other links.

World Bank Group report on Minerals for Climate Action and the mineral intensity of clean energy. Predicts overall demand to 2050, often cited in other reports

Sustainalytics report ESG spotlight: The State of Pay: Executive Remuneration & ESG Metrics. 'Insights to global equity investors considering pay-links as a topic for corporate engagement'

UK aid report – Towards a Global Norm of Beneficial Ownership Transparency – a scoping study on a strategic approach to achieving a global norm

The International Association for Promoting Geoethics (IAPG) is a scientific platform for widening the discussion about problems of ethics applied to the Geosciences (inc. mining)

Link to list of public ORAMA deliverable and dissemination materials such as flyers, presentations, and posters from H2020 project on harmonisation of minerals data

United Nations Framework Classification for Resources - an acceptable and internationally applicable scheme for sustainable management of all energy & mineral resources.

ENGIE (Encouraging Girls to Study Geosciences and Engineering) press release following their International Workshop with Invited Women Experts.

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