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McKinsey & Company

Reverse the curse: Maximizing the potential of resource-driven economies

This report offers research insights from the McKinsey Global Institute, McKinsey’s Sustainability & Resource Productivity Practice and the company’s Global Energy & Materials Practice. It addresses how the world’s growing need for resources can be met and recommends strategic approaches.

Kellogg School of Management - MINING COMPANY OF THE FUTURE: DEVELOPMENT PARTNER FRAMEWORKFind the publication here »

Kellogg School of Management

Mining Company of the Future: Development Partner Framework

This report highlights a wide array of complex challenges and opportunities in mining, and presents a new approach for companies that want to build lasting value through improved social, environmental, and economic sustainability. It is a collaboration that includes leaders from the industry, contractors, non-profits, and representatives from indigenous communities.

The University of Queensland | MINING AND LOCAL-LEVEL DEVELOPMENT: EXAMINING THE GENDER DIMENSIONS OF AGREEMENT MAKING AND BENEFIT SHARINGFind the publication here »

The University of Queensland

Mining and local-level development: examining the gender dimensions of agreement making and benefit sharing

Using research conducted in mining locations including Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Laos, this publication examines how the participation of women affects agreement negotiation, governance and local benefits. Furthermore, it outlines factors through which gender equality in negotiating, implementing, and monitoring agreements between communities and mining companies can be achieved.

Responsible Leadership – Lessons from the Front Line of Sustainability and Ethics BY SIR MARK MOODY-STUART

Responsible Leadership—Lessons from the Front Line of Sustainability and Ethics

By Sir Mark Moody-Stuart

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, former chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Group and of Anglo American, offers a personal insight in the field of corporate responsibility, ethics, and sustainability of the world’s leading companies in the oil and mining sectors. It also includes the discussion of Shell’s major controversies and serves as a manifesto for responsibility in business and leadership.

World Gold Council Responsible Gold Mining and Value DistributionFind the publication here »

World Gold Council

Responsible Gold Mining and Value Distribution

The second edition of the Responsible Gold Mining and Value Distribution report, published by the World Gold Council, includes data from 26 countries and 15 member companies. It helps stakeholders understand the economics around mining by examining the impact that the responsible gold mining sector has on development.

Shared Value Initiative Extracting with Purpose: Creating Shared Value in the Oil and Gas and Mining Sectors’ Companies and CommunitiesFind the publication here »

Shared Value Initiative

Extracting with Purpose: Creating Shared Value in the Oil and Gas and Mining Sectors’ Companies and Communities

This report identifies how companies in the extractive industries can adjust their approach to social issues in order to deliver business value. It includes specific case examples from the mining industries and identifies four challenges that deter shared value. Additionally, the report highlights common behaviors by companies that prevent them from delivering shared value and offers recommendations on how to change them.

The World Bank The Power of the Mine—A Transformative Opportunity for Sub-Saharan AfricaFind the publication here »

The World Bank

The Power of the Mine—A Transformative Opportunity for Sub-Saharan Africa

This study reveals the potential but also the challenges of integrating power and mining. It presents three real sector scenarios in Guinea, Mauretania, and Tanzania and highlights how shared infrastructure can provide the anchor demand needed to develop regional projects and public-private investment opportunities. It addresses risks of integration as well as options for policy makers.

The World Bank Public Private Dialogue for Specific Sectors: Extractive IndustriesFind the publication here »

The World Bank

Public Private Dialogue for Specific Sectors: Extractive Industries

This paper addresses the benefits of Public Private Dialogue (PPD) for the extractive sector and highlights three key principles needed to ensure effectiveness in PPD engagement. It illustrates the most pressing issues the industry faces and identifies relevant stakeholders, including companies, governments, local suppliers, and the media.

IMF, The World Bank Administering Fiscal Regimes for Extractive Industries: A HandbookFind the publication here »

IMF, The World Bank

Administering Fiscal Regimes for Extractive Industries: A Handbook

By Jack Calder

This joint IMF-World Bank handbook draws attention to effectiveness in administering revenues from the extractives sectors. Moreover, it provides useful guidelines to help policy makers and officials create legal frameworks, organizational structures, collaborations, procedures, and transparency when administering revenue from the industry.

IFC Lessons of Experience—Peru LNG: A Focus on Continuous ImprovementFind the publication here »

IFC

Lessons of Experience—Peru LNG: A Focus on Continuous Improvement

This publication highlights the lessons of experience from the IFC-PERU Liquefied Natural Gas (PLNG) project. Through the successful application of IFC’s Performance Standards and its strong commitment to managing environmental and social risks throughout all phases of the project, PLNG successfully managed and mitigated operational and reputational risks related to their environmental and social performance. A focus on continuous improvement and adaptive management throughout the project, and an emphasis on stakeholder engagement and participatory monitoring are among lessons that are useful across sectors.

A Strategic Approach To Early Stakeholder Engagement: A Good Practice Handbook For Junior Companies In The Extractive IndustriesFind the publication here »

IFC

A Strategic Approach To Early Stakeholder Engagement: A Good Practice Handbook For Junior Companies In The Extractive Industries

This handbook addresses the context and challenges of Early Strategic Stakeholder Engagement faced by junior companies at the exploration and preliminary project development stages. Juniors generally have limited resources so inputs need to be comprehensive, strategic and tailored to each stage. The handbook takes the reader through the process of building trust, relationships and gaining and maintaining a social license to operate at each project’s life-cycle stage.

Baseline Assessment And Development Of A Fisheries Livelihood Restoration Plan (Draft May2014)Find the publication here »

IFC

Baseline Assessment And Development Of A Fisheries Livelihood Restoration Plan (Draft May2014)

This handbook is intended to be a guide for projects whose development and operations have an impact on fish resources and the fishermen who depend upon them. It provides practical tools that may assist projects aiming to contribute to the sustainable development of fishing-based livelihoods in fishing communities within the project-affected area through their community investment programs and/or targeted development assistance.

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