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COI Advisory Statement: Rising to the Challenge

The Community of Interest Advisory Panel (the “Panel”) of the Mining Association of Canada (“MAC”), in fulfillment of its terms of reference, strives to:

  • advise and encourage improvements in social, environmental and economic performance of the Canadian mining industry; and
  • identify to the MAC Board of Directors current and emerging priority issues (environmental, social/cultural and economic) for the sector for the purposes of strategic planning.

To this end and consistent with its mandated responsibility, the Panel is pleased to present the following Advisory Statement on Climate Change to MAC and its members. This Advisory Statement is intended to build and expand on MAC’s recently released Principles for Climate Change Policy Design.

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