Climate change is here and it’s affecting mining infrastructure and operations.
Getting the world to net-zero emissions by 2050 will require the production of critical minerals and metals to grow sixfold over the next 30 years, the International Energy Agency declared in a report earlier this year — and it found the current pace of growth isn’t even close.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (COMP), composed of some of the biggest mining companies in the country, has adopted a major climate change protocol to align with the global sustainability initiative among many mining companies around the world.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines (CoMP) adopted a climate change protocol put forward by the Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) organization, while harmonizing its standards for managing mine tailings with global norms.
The federal government has begun developing regulations to allow oilsands operators in northern Alberta to begin releasing treated tailings water back into the environment, something that’s been prohibited for decades.
OTTAWA, November 22, 2021 – In light of the flooding currently affecting communities across British Columbia, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has committed $50,000 to the United Way’s United for BC Flood Response Fund. This fund will help to address important immediate needs like shelter, food assistance, trauma and mental health supports. “Protecting the […]
El objetivo de este protocolo HMS es facilitar mejoras continuas del desempeño en el sector minero que están relacionados con la gestión de los riesgos y las oportunidades asociadas al cambio climático, incluidas las estrategias de mitigación y adaptación, fijación de objetivos y presentación de informes. La implementación de este protocolo tiene como objetivo brindar […]
It is in both Canada’s and the world’s best interest to expand domestic production of low-carbon Canadian minerals and metals to meet this growing need as sustainably as possible.’
OTTAWA – The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) congratulates Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau on his election victory and looks forward to working with the government to enhance responsible mining and critical minerals development in Canada. The mining industry looks forward to working together with all parties to ensure one of Canada’s most important resource sectors is […]