Jane Church and Carolyn Burns of NetPositive discuss the evolution of social performance management systems in mining
How mining companies can build the personal relationships that lead to better collaboration
What collaboration and partnership means to mining stakeholder groups
The relationship between mining and the climate crisis
The benefits of communities and miners building a common vision
Approach local communities with deliberation and forethought
Expect automation to disrupt the traditional benefits of the mining industry
Industry must meet society’s expectations
Worldviews are often deeply held and the group that holds the most power often wants their worldview to dominate
What does that look like?
Why communities need a long term vision to define how mining fits into their social and economic plans.
How companies can better manage the social impacts of mine closure