sharing in governance of extractive industries
Since 2011, ex-mine pits have claimed the lives of 32 people in East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia. Not to mention the environmental disaster, namely flood and damaged water system. PWYP Indonesia has identified a number of issues leading to such tragedy.
First, low company compliance. 60% of mining permits (domestic investment) have not allocated reclamation and post-mining fund, according to ministry…Continue
Added by Publish What You Pay Indonesia on December 18, 2018 at 12:21 — No Comments
Uganda’s mineral sector is increasingly becoming important. In 2014, Uganda completed a $75 million national mineral survey funded by the World Bank that identified occurrences of a wide range of mineral resources such as gold, uranium, tin, coltan, nickel, copper and tungsten existing in different parts of the country. The survey, intended to develop advanced geological data, divided Uganda into six blocks. Currently, a lot of mining activity in the country is being done at…Continue
What a year 2018 has been in the world of stakeholder engagement, public affairs and corporate social responsibility. There’s a buzz in the air like we’ve never seen before: campaigns against plastic usage, the UN’s Sustainable Development…Continue
Added by Sarah Busque on December 12, 2018 at 14:30 — No Comments