2nd Annual Global Sustainable Mining Summit

  • Dates:
    May 28 - 29, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Location:
    Toronto, Canada
  • Event Type:
    Conference

Organized By

Fleming Gulf Conferences

Contact Information

Sonika Mendjoge
Senior Marketing Executive
971 4609 1570
sonika.mendjoge@fleminggulf.com
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The Economic Aspect: Building the Stakeholder‘s Value Add

• Dealing with economic pressures: Impact of macro-economic pressures on miners‘ goodwill to foster sustainable practices
• Resource nationalization: In search of the quintessential equilibrium

    The Environment Aspect: Creating Long Term Viability

    • Raising the issues of environmentally friendly production and energy efficiency on a global scale; The economic value for corporate eco-efficiency
    • Managing water wastage and re-mediating contamination; Water management for sustainable mining
    Prevention of hazards in mining tailings dams and waste heaps
    • Evaluating potential environmental impacts of a product throughout its life cycle, from cradle to grave: Life cycle assessment

      The Social Aspect: Contributing to the Society at Large

      • The aboriginal participation: How to include aboriginal in the mining process and ensure social sustainability?
      • The impact of the social and labour plans on mining industry transformation
      • Resettlement action planning and community sustainability issues

        Event Detail

        Highlights

        The Economic Aspect: Building the Stakeholder‘s Value Add

        • Dealing with economic pressures: Impact of macro-economic pressures on miners‘ goodwill to foster sustainable practices
        • Resource nationalization: In search of the quintessential equilibrium

          The Environment Aspect: Creating Long Term Viability

          • Raising the issues of environmentally friendly production and energy efficiency on a global scale; The economic value for corporate eco-efficiency
          • Managing water wastage and re-mediating contamination; Water management for sustainable mining
          Prevention of hazards in mining tailings dams and waste heaps
          • Evaluating potential environmental impacts of a product throughout its life cycle, from cradle to grave: Life cycle assessment

            The Social Aspect: Contributing to the Society at Large

            • The aboriginal participation: How to include aboriginal in the mining process and ensure social sustainability?
            • The impact of the social and labour plans on mining industry transformation
            • Resettlement action planning and community sustainability issues