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  • Can Modern Gold Mining Be Sustainable? National

    06.12.2012· After the powder is melted down you get the color and weight of an ounce of solid gold—on today’s market, worth about $1,700. It’s an extensive and energy intensive process. Yet Callaway thinks that, in some ways, gold mining might be considered sustainable. Certainly any time of mineral extraction can never be fully sustainable, he admits. Pulling ancient minerals out of the earth faster

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  • Sustainability and gold mining in the developing world

    01.01.2006· For example, according to the multinational gold mining company Placer Dome, “sustainability means the design, construction, operation and closure of mines in a manner that respects and responds to the social, environmental and economic needs of the present generations and anticipates those of future generations in the communities and countries where it works” .

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  • Responsible Gold Mining Principles World Gold Council

    The Responsible Gold Mining Principles are a new framework that sets out clear expectations for investors and downstream users as to what constitutes responsible gold mining. Working with our Member companies, the world’s leading gold mining companies, and underpinned by existing widely-respected standards and codes, the World Gold Council has set out the principles that we believe

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  • sustainable exploitation of gold mining

    sustainable exploitation of gold miningsustainable exploitation of gold mining For example according to the multinational gold mining company Placer Dome “

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  • Responsible Gold Mining Principles World Gold Council

    The Responsible Gold Mining Principles are a new framework that sets out clear expectations for investors and downstream users as to what constitutes responsible gold mining. Working with our Member companies, the world’s leading gold mining companies, and underpinned by existing widely-respected standards and codes, the World Gold Council has set out the principles that we believe

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  • Responsible gold mining World Gold Council

    Managing the environmental impact of operations is also a vital element of responsible gold mining. Responsible companies take great care in designing and following policies that preserve the local biodiversity and water quality. The World Gold Council and our Members support the International Cyanide Management Code. Developed in 2000, it provides a framework for enhancing the protection

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  • Sustainable development in Ghana's gold mines:

    01.05.2019· On the other hand, the study revealed that, as mining activities are similar across different mining companies, common understanding and operation of sustainable development in the country's gold mines is a more practical approach to sustaining mining operations. This study further revealed that to facilitate the effective implementation of sustainable development within Ghana's gold mines and to

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  • Sustainable mining do we have consensus on what it

    Mining however can be used as a platform for launching sustainable industries like green tourism, agro forestry, fishing etc, thus broadening the economic diversity of local economies. Some authors...

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  • Mineral Resources and Sustainability Elements

    Long-term resource sustainability is dependent both on increased efficiency, which improves profitability, and on revitalizing marginal mines. This is illustrated through breakthroughs in the processing of low-grade copper and refractory gold ores, as well as nickel laterite ores. Retreatment of mine wastes and tailings can also increase the sustainability of mining activity. Ongoing research and development is

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  • (PDF) Sustainable Development of Mining Mineral

    05.09.2020· SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MINING MINERAL RESOURCES . Józef Dubińsk i. 1* 1. Central Mining Inst itute (Katowice, Poland) * Author for correspondence: j. dubinsk i @gig. eu, tel. +48 32 25 9 26

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  • Industry Agenda Mining & Metals in a Sustainable World 2050

    25.11.2014· Mining & Metals in a Sustainable World 2050 5 Executive Summary The world is transforming mining and metals can shape its own agenda Mining and metals are essential to global economic and social development and are connected to almost all industry value chains. As an inherently long-term investment, a long- term perspective is crucial. By 2050, the world will be different, as will

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  • Mining industry and sustainable development: time for

    Mining industries provide many of the raw materials for equipment we use daily, from aluminum cans up to electronic chips of cell phones and computers. To arrive here, metal mining steadily increased over the centuries, with occasional “rushes” for several minerals (silver, gold, radium, etc.) which occurred in connection with booms in demand.

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  • Sustainable development goals in mining ScienceDirect

    10.08.2019· It is necessary to consider the activity under four prisms, to balance the different dimensions of sustainability in mining: the framework and functionality of environmental regulation to protect the environment (environmental sustainability); competitiveness of the mining industry regarding environmental regulations and their application (economic sustainability); public participation and the

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  • (PDF) Earth Resources Exploitation and Sustainable

    Some of these earth resources (renewable and non-renewable) are oil and gas, coal, water, metal ore, wind, air etc. and their methods of exploitation are surface and subsurface mining methods [1

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