New tools for Social Performance from ICMM
By AAMEG | 19 March 2022
How well mining and metals companies mitigate negative impacts from their activities and maximise positive benefits for local communities and society is increasingly important to all stakeholders. Getting it right consistently across the sector, in order to build trusted relationships with impacted communities, will also be key to meeting the demand for the critical minerals necessary to drive the clean energy transition.
The tools have been developed for non-social performance specialists working in mining companies and to support social performance specialists in influencing decision makers in their companies. The tools distil practical insights from social practitioners gained over decades of experience supporting organisations to ‘build in’ rather than ‘bolt on’ the management of social risks and impacts.
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