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Mining sustainability standard aims to 'accelerate accountability'

GRI wants miners to use common metrics

Craig Guthrie
Site-level transparency is a key aim of the new standard. Credit: GRI

Site-level transparency is a key aim of the new standard. Credit: GRI

A new sustainability standard developed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) aims to offer miners unified metrics to report on their environmental, social, and economic impacts. GRI 14: Mining Sector...

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