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TSM Biodiversity Conservation Framework

The conservation of biodiversity is a commitment in MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Guiding Principles. MAC members recognize that access to land and a company’s social license depend upon responsible social, environmental and economic practices and that there is a strong business case for supporting biodiversity conservation. MAC members believe that mining, conducted in consultation with communities of interest, can co-exist with biodiversity conservation.

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