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MakersRespond.org and RESOLVE Join Forces to Address the PPE Shortage

We’re rallying makers, manufacturers, and markets to respond to the COVID19 crisis, help us!

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MakersRespond.org and RESOLVE Join Forces to Address the PPE Shortage

We’re rallying makers, manufacturers, and markets to respond to the COVID19 crisis, help us!

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Sustainable Resources

Project Closure and Communities: Challenges, Impacts, Considerations

RESOLVE hosted the FPIC Solutions Dialogue, with a presentation from the University of Queensland, to explore the social elements of closing extractives projects and considerations for FPIC implementation.

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Carbon Dioxide Removal: Exploring a Rapidly Evolving Issue

As the urgency to address climate change grows, advocacy groups will be asked to weigh in on what actions they support to reduce greenhouse gas concentrations. A meeting in Nairobi provided an opportunity for civil society organizations to explore their positions on carbon dioxide removal.

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Salmon Gold Partner Wins Sustainable Development Award

Salmon Gold’s first partner, Dean Race and his son Chris, were just awarded a Sustainable Development Award from the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for their placer re-mining operation and world class reclamation at Jack Wade Creek in the Fortymile region of Alaska.

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Mahlette Betre Reflects on Salmon Gold

Mahlette Betre reflects on her time at Salmon Gold and the possibilities as the program scales up. She discusses her new role as a board member of impact@RESOLVE and how she will continue to support Salmon Gold from this role.

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Salmon Gold™ Enters Supply Chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple

In Salmon Gold's initial phase, RESOLVE worked with an Alaskan placer miner and government agencies to test stream restoration methods, process recovered gold, and establish a chain-of-custody for the first batch of Salmon Gold from the mine to manufacturers, which is now in the supply chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple.

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RFP for Web-Based Toolkit on Rights of Indigenous Peoples

RESOLVE is seeking graphic and web design support to design a web-based “toolkit” to support human rights of indigenous peoples and a broader website featuring the work of the FPIC Solutions Dialogue.

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Sustainability Doesn’t Stand Still

On behalf of RESOLVE and as a member of the Lithium Working Group of the Global Battery Alliance, I attended the conference “Mining in Latin America and the Caribbean: Interdependencies, challenges and opportunities for sustainable development," sponsored by ECLAC and the German Government that took place on November 19 in Lima, Peru. This is what I heard.

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CRAFT: Responsible Artisanal Mining

The Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) and RESOLVE have released a code to facilitate increased responsible sourcing from artisanal miners, while contributing to improved social and environmental performance of artisanal and small scale mining sector.

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RESOLVE's Cinematic Debut

RESOLVE made its debut in film—and at the Cannes Film Festival—this year with “Journey of Gold,” a virtual reality (VR) experience giving viewers a look inside the story of responsible artisanal gold mining.

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Mining Sustainability – Four Frontiers

The radar screen for the mining industry is crowded with incoming risks and leadership opportunities. Today’s four sustainability frontiers are human rights, responsible sourcing, transition to green energy and community benefits that don’t depend on local employment.

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