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Nicolas Maennling
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Nicolas Maennling commented on Wendy Tyrrell's blog post 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL PROGRESS - POLICIES FOR IMPACT'
"Thanks to everyone that contributed to the fruitful discussion over the last week. Let me summarize the key takeaways. With fewer jobs at the mine of the future, employment opportunities for mining impacted communities will fall. The jobs required…"
Jun 10
Nicolas Maennling commented on Wendy Tyrrell's blog post 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL PROGRESS - POLICIES FOR IMPACT'
"Hi Hughe, thanks for your contribution. I don't disagree with you that ideally development indicators are already available prior to any mining company interest in the region. In some countries this exists. Brazil, for example, already has a…"
Jun 9
Nicolas Maennling commented on Wendy Tyrrell's blog post 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL PROGRESS - POLICIES FOR IMPACT'
"Picking up on the conversation around measurement, which I think is crucial to improve community investments through community development funds or other mechanisms that invest mining revenues in the region. Many development interventions by…"
Jun 8
Nicolas Maennling favorited Wendy Tyrrell's blog post ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL PROGRESS - POLICIES FOR IMPACT
Jun 6
Nicolas Maennling commented on Wendy Tyrrell's blog post 'ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SOCIAL PROGRESS - POLICIES FOR IMPACT'
"Thank you Wendy for kicking off the conversation, and Henri-Claude and Hugh for being the first ones to comment. Let me add my two cents to the conversation and try to build on these interesting interventions. While I agree that there are plenty of…"
Jun 5
Frieda Amuela favorited Nicolas Maennling's blog post Seven trends shaping the future of the mining and metals industry
May 22
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Nicolas Maennling favorited Steve Macey's blog post Greening the fiscal regime for mining
Oct 31, 2018
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Is access to water driving mining conflicts in Peru?

Despite the proliferation of community conflicts at mine sites, there is a dearth of documented, quantitative analyses for insights as to the factors contributing to such conflicts. Our study published in the Resources Policy Journal finds…See More
Oct 30, 2018
Nicolas Maennling posted a blog post

Is access to water driving mining conflicts in Peru?

Despite the proliferation of community conflicts at mine sites, there is a dearth of documented, quantitative analyses for insights as to the factors contributing to such conflicts. Our study published in the Resources Policy Journal finds…See More
Oct 23, 2018
Nicolas Maennling posted a blog post

International Gas Outlook and Implications for Developing Tanzania’s Gas Projects

As part of our partnership with Uongozi, CCSI has written a brief that assesses the international gas outlook and long-term implications for the development of Tanzania's offshore gas deposits. As the country looks to use a proportion of the gas domestically to support its development strategy, the brief places particular focus on issues that need to be considered in the final negotiations related to the arrangements of the domestic gas allocation.We find that Tanzania's gas deposits are…See More
Mar 9, 2018
Nicolas Maennling posted a blog post

Handbook On Measuring Employment from Extractive Industry Investments

More transparency around the data and assumptions used to support employment estimates (direct, indirect and induced) for extractive industry investments is needed. Employment benefits are one of the primary concerns of local communities and when expectations are not met, this can result in disappointment and friction. This handbook aims to contribute to the understanding of how employment multipliers are calculated using the input-output (IO) and computable general equilibrium (CGE) models. It…See More
Dec 8, 2017

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Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
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Academia
Website
http://ccsi.columbia.edu
Job Title
Economics and Policy Researcher
About My Work
Extractive Industries Team
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, human rights, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
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Nicolas Maennling's Blog

Seven trends shaping the future of the mining and metals industry

Posted on April 16, 2019 at 10:10 0 Comments

The mining and metals industry is recovering from one of its most difficult periods in decades. Market volatility and a downturn in commodity prices have created a new normal where cost cuts, automation and operational efficiency are vitally important.

Meanwhile, industry-specific issues related to…

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Lessons Learned from the Green Transformation of an Energy Company

Posted on April 16, 2019 at 9:52 0 Comments

In just 12 years, Denmark’s largest energy company Ørsted reduced its coal use by 81 percent and became the planet’s leading offshore windfarm developer. Here’s what other companies can learn from the transition.

Ørsted’s Burbo Bank offshore wind farm, off the northeastern coast of…

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Is access to water driving mining conflicts in Peru?

Posted on October 23, 2018 at 17:27 0 Comments

Despite the proliferation of community conflicts at mine sites, there is a dearth of documented, quantitative analyses for insights as to the factors contributing to such conflicts. Our study published in the Resources…

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International Gas Outlook and Implications for Developing Tanzania’s Gas Projects

Posted on March 9, 2018 at 14:13 0 Comments

As part of our partnership with Uongozi, CCSI has written a brief that assesses the international gas outlook and long-term implications for the development of Tanzania's offshore gas deposits. As the country looks to use a proportion of the gas domestically to support its development strategy, the brief places particular focus on issues that need to be considered in the final negotiations related to the arrangements of the domestic gas allocation.

We find that Tanzania's gas…

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