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To create your renewable energy strategy, you must identify your company’s motivations, adopt supporting goals and commitments, and identify available internal resources.
We spoke with Neste's sustainability manager about multistakeholder collaboration and its role at the company.
A primer on the most relevant, urgent, and probable human rights impacts for the extractives sector and opportunities for positive impact
These top three opportunities for the extractives industry to make a positive impact on human rights all relate to including and empowering people in the communities where they operate.
In spite of the U.S. government’s decision to withdraw from the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative, extractives companies should continue to pursue transparent practices to protect their reputations and licenses to operate.
In the mining sector, stakeholder engagement is particularly relevant given the close proximity to and impact on local communities through the use of resources such as water, energy, and land. While every company’s specific stakeholders depend on its operating circumstances, extractives companies should consider these stakeholder groups when developing an engagement strategy.
Here’s how to assess your options for procuring renewable energy and how to collaborate to increase your portfolio more quickly.
We sat down with a team from Newmont Mining to understand what a successful approach to advancing women's economic empowerment looks like in practice.
Companies can create conflict minerals programs with positive social impacts by broadening their geographic focus and responsible procurement efforts and deepening their transparency and partnerships to engage government.
This brief highlights how companies in the mining industry can approach women's economic empowerment in sub-Saharan Africa and shares impacts of the industry on women in the region.
Transformations in the U.S. energy sector toward renewable sources have led to increased employment, more efficient energy use, and more. Withdrawing from the Clean Air Act, including the Clean Power Plan, will slow this progress but will not undermine it.