Mining Sector CSR: Responsible Returns in a Warm Investment Climate

Kirschke, Joseph
September 2014
Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);Sep2014, Vol. 215 Issue 9, p64
Trade Publication
The article reports on the problems faced by mining companies due to electricity in Kinshasa, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the dismissal of their Corporate Social Responsibilty (CSR) and mentions the possibility of investments by investors banking on sustainability. Topics include the U.N. Global Compact, an international framework encouraging business sustainability, evolvement of CSR and sustainability, and global initiatives to overcome the scarcity.


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