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Extractives and Development favorited Kirsten Hund's blog post New World Bank Report:Minerals and Metals Will Be Key to a Clean Environment
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New World Bank Report:Minerals and Metals Will Be Key to a Clean Environment

full report: the growing role of metals and minerals for a low carbon futureDaniele La Porta and Kirsten Hund, Sr Mining Specialists, Energy and Extractives, World BankThe 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change was preceded by analysis covering the science and viability of response measures, including both adaptation to the impacts of climate change and measures to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Mitigation issues typically covered the economic, policy,…See More
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Artisanal and Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Land Use Management in and around Protected and Sensitive Ecosystems Project (ASM-PSEP)

  Artisanal and Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Land Use Management in and around Protected and Sensitive Ecosystems Project (ASM-PSEP)WWF and Estelle Levin Limited announce grants from the Tiffany & Co. Foundation and World Bank’s Program on Forests (PROFOR) to launch a new programme to address the impacts of artisanal mining in, on and around protected areas and sensitive ecosystems.Global programme seeks practitioner partners and additional co-funders for field-based pilot programs to…See More
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Subhasis Ray commented on Kirsten Hund's blog post 'Taurian resources?'
"Kirsten, greetings !. Taurian is a new kid on the block- no history of mining- started by metal traders. I am trying to get in touch with them subhasis"
Aug 3, 2010
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Taurian resources?

Hi, Can anyone of you tell me something about Taurian, an Indian mining company also operating in Central Africa?Contacts, experiences/ reputation? Anyone who has worked with them? Thanks a lot!Kind regards,Kirsten-- Kirsten HundRegional advisor extractive industriesWWFCentral AfricaSee More
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Civil Society Organisation
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http://www.panda.org
Job Title
Regional advisor extractive industries
Areas of interest
Governance and anti-corruption, redistribution and sustainable development

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New World Bank Report:Minerals and Metals Will Be Key to a Clean Environment

Posted on August 7, 2017 at 22:18 0 Comments

full report: the growing role of metals and minerals for a low carbon future

Daniele La Porta and Kirsten Hund, Sr Mining Specialists, Energy and Extractives, World Bank

The 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change was preceded by analysis covering the science and viability of response measures, including both adaptation to the impacts of climate change and measures to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Mitigation issues typically covered the…

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Vacancy: WWF International- Extractives Coordinator

Posted on February 23, 2012 at 13:09 0 Comments

Extractives Coordinator

 

WWF’s Conservation Policy & Science unit aims to provide Network Initiatives and the WWF Network with conservation expertise, intellectual leadership and technical inputs. WWF works to maximise the effectiveness of the Network’s approach to extractive industries and engagement with partners and the private sector. WWF strives to develop and manage global relationships with extractives…

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Artisanal and Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Land Use Management in and around Protected and Sensitive Ecosystems Project (ASM-PSEP)

Posted on May 20, 2011 at 15:11 0 Comments

 

Artisanal and Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Land Use Management in and around Protected and Sensitive Ecosystems Project (ASM-PSEP)

WWF and Estelle Levin Limited announce grants from the Tiffany & Co. Foundation and World Bank’s Program on Forests (PROFOR) to launch a new programme to address the impacts of artisanal mining in, on and around protected areas and sensitive ecosystems.

Global programme seeks practitioner partners and additional…

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