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This paper aims to help enable the increased adoption of Indigenous equity ownership arrangements by providing a detailed, specific and scalable partnership model, focused on transmission development.
This paper, prepared by the First Nation Major Project Coalition, highlights the growing world examples of Indigenous ownership in major projects including energy infrastructure.
The private sector can help break the cycle of conflict, fragility, and poverty that persists in many fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCS).
This Atlas maps the relationship between mining and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by using examples of good practice in the industry and existing knowledge and resources in sustainable development that if replicated or scaled up could make useful contributions to the SDGs.
This book addresses a significant gap in international research on companies’ political/diplomatic role in peace processes in intrastate conflict—termed Corporate Peacemaking (CPM).
In recent years, mining related company-community conflicts have received a great deal of attention by advocacy organizations and traditional and social media.
SUSTAIN magazine presents cutting-edge business solutions for achieving stronger performance while addressing sustainability challenges.
No mining project in Latin America can succeed today without full community consultation.
Experience shows that tackling the underlying causes of EI conflict requires a concerted and multifaceted approach that encompasses governance, macro- and micro-economic stability, capacity enhancement, and creative approaches that increase opportunities for dialogue while contributing to the peaceful resolution of conflict.
This IPIECA Good Practice Survey on Operational Level Grievance Mechanisms builds on a decade of active engagement by IPIECA on business and human rights.
This Guidance notes supports IFC Performance Standard 1 and provides guidance on grievance mechanisms.