We are our world. What we do with our world will shape our future. Inside Mining supports the International Council on Mining & Metals in its efforts to ensure biodiversity in mining.
In the October issue of Inside Mining, Dr Anthony Hodge discusses the potential of mining to affect biodiversity throughout the life cycle of a project, both directly and indirectly.
Setting aside ethical or moral considerations, which are increasingly the subject of corporate policies, it is important for companies to address biodiversity for a variety of sound business reasons, says Dr Hodge.
He explains that many companies have adopted a sophisticated approach to managing biodiversity as part of a ‘licence to operate’.
To read the full article in the October issue of Inside Mining magazine, click here