The challenge for mining companies is to collate and integrate the many components that encompass the effective management of their social responsibility.
Sustainable ESG factors play an important role in the allocation of capital and investment decisions of socially responsible companies.
“There is an emerging narrative that businesses who will do well in the future will be those that whose profit streams are aligned with the green economy."
The integration of environment, social and governance (ESG) pillars into mainstream extractive business investing and governance is well established.
Engineering projects face a range of audits, assessment and monitoring, but will COVID-19 restrictions on movement make it more difficult.
As consumer behaviour changes, Environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) is becoming ever-increasingly important.
Rachael Bartels from Accenture explains what a circular economy is and how to reduce toxic materials and non-renewable resources from value chains.
Knight Piésold is involved in ESIAs for two major hydropower developments – Lufubu in Zambia and the Sombwe project in Democratic Republic of Congo.