Mining Sustainability 5 – ESG and the Financial Markets

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This is the fifth report from RFC Ambrian on sustainability in the mining industry. This report examines the pressures coming from investors and shareholders and capital markets in general from the recently accelerated focus on ESG and climate change.  Transformative Shift in Financial Markets: A transformative shift is taking place in financial markets with money flowing into investment strategies that emphasise…

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The Alchemist_Issue 38 – Decarbonisation: The Mining and Metals Industry Reaction – Is It Smoke and Mirrors?

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Decarbonisation: The Mining and Metals Industry Reaction – Is It Smoke and Mirrors? In this issue, The Alchemist critically examines the decarbonisation levers available to the mining and metals industry and the actions taken thus far. Mining and metals companies are evaluating their portfolios and determining future strategy in light of a carbon constrained future. In response, many have set…

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Mining Sustainability 4 – Climate Change and the Decarbonisation Challenge

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This is the fourth report from RFC Ambrian in our series on sustainability in the mining industry. This report is about climate change. We take a closer look at the mining industry’s CO2 footprint, what GHG emission targets mining companies are setting, and examine what they are doing to reduce their carbon footprints, particularly though the decarbonisation of energy. We also…

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Copper M&A Update Report — Copper Projects Review 2020

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Following the hugely positive feedback we received from our copper report entitled ‘Copper M&A – The Cupboard is Nearly Bare’, published in November 2018, we have reviewed copper M&A activity in 2019 and updated the exploration projects section of the report. We previously concluded that the number of late-stage development copper projects that were likely candidates to be acquired was…

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