Jubilee Metals

Jubilee Metals: Delivering wealth and sustainability

“The amount of surface/waste material available for reprocessing – globally – presents a massive opportunity for Jubilee." - Gareth Owen
Kore Potash

Kore Potash secures 25-year ESIA certificates for Congo projects

Kore Potash, the Republic of Congo focused junior has been issued its Certificates of Environmental Compliance for its flagship 97%-owned Sintoukola potash project.
MIP Industries

MIP Industries: New name, same industry-leading offerings

MIP has been restructured into four divisions in 2019. These are MIP Global, MIP Environmental, MIP Process Equipment and MIP Projects.
Tailings safety

Industry experts come together on tailings dams

Safer tailings storage facilities can be achieved when mine owners, contractors and engineering consultants work closely together says SRK Consulting.
Multotec Green Solar

Multotec South Africa installs green power

Making a sustainable contribution to easing South Africa’s energy crisis Multotec has installed renewable power at one of its facilities.
murray & roberts

Environmental emergencies as a consequence of COVID-19

Temporary hospitals, water treatment facilities, cemeteries and waste management facilities may all need to be established
nuclear ghana koeberg

Eskom should initiate plans to decommission Koeberg

The Safcei says that Eskom needs to be more realistic pushing the Koeberg Nuclear Power Station past its sell-by date is worth the risk.
energy JPMorgan

JPMorgan Chase forced to cooperate with GHG emission information

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has held that JPMorgan Chase must include a climate-related shareholder proposal on its proxy this year.
Climate Change

Climate-proofing mining operations in a era of climate change

By nature, mining activities are resource intensive, and by coincidence they are often located in geographies particularly vulnerable to climate change.
Sibanye-Stillwater

ICMM welcomes Sibanye-Stillwater to its membership

Precious metals mining company, Sibanye-Stillwater, has been accepted as a member of the International Council on Mining and Metals, or ICMM.

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