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Jared Schott commented on Michael Jarvis's blog post 'What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes'
"well done!"
Mar 29, 2016
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Michael Jarvis commented on Michael Jarvis's blog post 'What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes'
"Good point Holger - industry consolidation will likely have implications for culture and approaches on governance matters, as will the growing hold on reserves of SOEs.  We are already seeing a retreat to OECD-based investments, so what…"
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Holger Grundel commented on Michael Jarvis's blog post 'What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes'
"Thanks Michael, will be interesting to see whether at the other end of the slump we'll be talking to very different companies, whether newcomers or radically transformed former giants.  Will they have very different views of what good…"
Mar 18, 2016
Paul Cisneros commented on Michael Jarvis's blog post 'What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes'
"This looks very like a promising. This was an issue discussed lengthily at the PDAC convention a few weeks back. Can´t wait to read your next blog entry."
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What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes

For over a decade, ascending commodity prices were the backdrop for the emergence of fields of study and practice focused on the importance of governance as a key determinant of outcomes of extractive industry projects. That backdrop is quite different now.  How is industry adjusting to persistently lower commodity prices? What…See More
Mar 9, 2016
Peter Chirico commented on Michael Jarvis's blog post 'Get a bird’s eye view: drones and satellites for improved extractives governance?'
"Michael,  Please see our previous GOXI blog post on using small UAVs to map and monitor artisanal diamond mining in West Africa. Our published article discusses some of the technical challenges and promise of this technology as well as they way…"
Feb 22, 2016
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Get a bird’s eye view: drones and satellites for improved extractives governance?

Walk into your local Apple Store, and you can leave with a Parrot. A Parrot drone that is. The range of drones on the market is proliferating, so you…See More
Feb 12, 2016
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Extractives in 2015 – what did that mean for the World Bank Group?

2015 was not short on incident for the extractives sector, not least as the ramifications of persistently low commodity prices were reflected in cost cutting,…See More
Jan 8, 2016
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Extractives in 2015 – what did that mean for the World Bank Group?

2015 was not short on incident for the extractives sector, not least as the ramifications of persistently low commodity prices were reflected in cost cutting,…See More
Jan 5, 2016

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What goes down must come up? A new blog series on good governance after the boom amid revised industry attitudes

Posted on March 9, 2016 at 20:30 4 Comments

For over a decade, ascending commodity prices were the backdrop for the emergence of fields of study and practice focused on the importance of governance as a key determinant of outcomes of extractive industry projects. That backdrop is quite different now.  How is industry adjusting to persistently lower…

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Get a bird’s eye view: drones and satellites for improved extractives governance?

Posted on February 12, 2016 at 22:00 1 Comment

Walk into your local Apple Store, and you can leave with a Parrot. A Parrot drone that is. The range of drones on the market is…

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Extractives in 2015 – what did that mean for the World Bank Group?

Posted on January 5, 2016 at 0:35 0 Comments

2015 was not short on incident for the extractives sector, not least as the ramifications of persistently low commodity prices were reflected in cost…

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China Mining - Go Global, Go Responsible

Posted on October 22, 2015 at 16:30 0 Comments

The past decade has seen a large expansion in Chinese foreign direct investment (up to third in the world) representing some USD140 billion in contracts.  The mining sector has been at the forefront, representing around 20% of that total.  Here at the 17th China Mining Congress in Tianjin the impact of that shift is clear. First, there…

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At 3:00 on March 4, 2014, Jared Schott said…
At 19:53 on April 16, 2013, Aoife McCullough said…

Hi Michael,

Thanks for your message. Would be great if you could connect me to relevant people in Liberia. I am very happy to skype. My skype id is aoife.mcculloughidl. I'm travelling to Liberia tomorrow evening. 

Best Wishes

Aoife

At 18:28 on December 19, 2011, virginia arnecchi said…

Hello! last month I attended a high level round-table  meeting on peace building and natural resources conflicts at the UN. One interesting and quite political  development is the formation at the UN of a "Group of Friends of Transparency"....to be followed up...

At 12:28 on July 13, 2010, Kristian Lempa said…
Hey Michael,

no problem, let's chat end of July. I am currently on leave and relaxing...

All best to you,
Kris
At 23:33 on May 21, 2010, Kathrin Frauscher said…
Do you have a profile picture?
 
 
 

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