Sustainable ESG factors play an important role in the allocation of capital and investment decisions of socially responsible companies.
Too often mining companies frame their “climate narrative” around compliance. Instead they should aspire to be more inspiring.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has held that JPMorgan Chase must include a climate-related shareholder proposal on its proxy this year.
By nature, mining activities are resource intensive, and by coincidence they are often located in geographies particularly vulnerable to climate change.
Frequently, mining companies focus on 'climate-improving’ their portfolios by, for example, reducing exposure to coal and increasing exposure to lithium.
Lucas Chaumontet speaks about how mining companies can future-proof their operations to better mitigate the effects of climate change.
Building on the initial research of 2018, the new report offers a more comprehensive overview of the current status of gold on the climate.
The World Bank has launched its Climate-Smart Mining Facility – the first-ever fund dedicated to making mining for minerals and metals a more sustainable.