Responsible Mining: Does Sustainability Performance Pay?

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The global mining industry has made substantial strides in the last decade to address environmental and social issues and to internalize sustainability efforts into operations.  Getting ahead of regulation, mining companies have often worked together to put in place sustainability programs that demonstrate they are managing concerns, with the added benefit of improving reputations.  But do these programs really add tangible value to the companies who participate and to the environment?  This session assembles mining industry leaders to address the fundamental question: Does sustainability performance pay off?

Confirmed Participants:

Pierre Gratton, President & CEO, The Mining Association of Canada (Moderator)
George Greene, Chair, Stratos Inc., Canada (Moderator)
Dina Aloi, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, Goldcorp Inc., Canada
Craig Ford, Vice President of Corporate Responsibility, Inmet Mining Corporation, Canada
David Parker, Vice President of Sustainability, Teck Resources Ltd., Canada
Robert Walker, Vice President of Environmental, Social & Governance Services & Ethical Funds, NEI Investments, Canada
Alan Young, Executive Director, Canadian Boreal Initiative, Canada