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A Global Deal for Nature: A Roadmap for Saving Life on Earth

Scientists from RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife program co-authored “A Global Deal for Nature: Guiding Principles, Milestones, and Targets”, a paper published in Science Advances.

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A Global Deal for Nature: A Roadmap for Saving Life on Earth

Scientists from RESOLVE’s Biodiversity and Wildlife program co-authored “A Global Deal for Nature: Guiding Principles, Milestones, and Targets”, a paper published in Science Advances.

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Sustainable Resources

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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ReGrow is Underway

Sierra Leone is a country that has been blessed with potential, but potential that we have all too often failed to realize. When I returned in 2009, Sierra Leone was poised to embark upon the greatest period of economic growth in its history. Sadly, that promise was crushed by the twin evils of Ebola and the worldwide downturn in commodity prices, bringing with them thousands of deaths and economic collapse.

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Apple's Supply Chain Milestone

A Bloomberg Technology article explores Apple’s announcement on Wednesday that all 242 of its suppliers of tin, tantalum, tungsten, or gold are now subject to third-party audits to determine any links to armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Ambassador Samantha Power Recognizes PPA

U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Samantha Power recognized the Public-Private Alliance for Responsible Minerals Trade (PPA) in her remarks before the UN on Monday.

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Blueprint for a Greener Footprint

ver the past decade, we’ve seen community-company development conflicts increase, often over issues like water access and impacts. We also know that if we are to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) we’ll need new planning models that take account of cumulative impacts.

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Voluntary Responsible Mining Initiatives

On behalf of RESOLVE and the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Mining and Metals, it is our pleasure to share “Voluntary Responsible Mining Initiatives: A Review,” our white paper on voluntary responsible mining initiatives.

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