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What would you like to read in 2022? 

Hey everyone, how’s 2021 treating you thus far?

It’s that time of year again, when we start to think about what you might like to read over the next 12-18 months.

If you’ve been with us a while, you’ll know the drill. Send me your ideas for topics, no matter how weird and wonderful. As long as they’re mining related, there are no silly suggestions.

If you’re new to The Intelligent Miner then welcome, it’s nice to have you here! 

As a consumer everyone is a stakeholder in the mining process, whether they realise it or not. This publication is all about making mining relatable for masses and helping those within the industry who are thinking outside of the box to make mineral and metal extraction more sustainable, share their work with the world. 

Each month, content on the blog revolves around a common theme. This month – August 2021 – we’re looking at maintaining a social license to operate. Next month, in September, it’s all about creating agility from an operational level all the way to the boardroom.

And each year, usually around now, I ask newsletter subscribers what or who they would like to read about going forward. Use your imagination; if you can think it up, I can research and write it. I’ve attached this year’s editorial calendar so you can get a feel for what we do. And send me your ideas. I’m looking forward to receiving your suggestions.

Enjoy the rest of the summer/winter, depending upon where you’re based, and I’ll see you in a few weeks!

Carly

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Reading list
Eight articles on maintaining a social license…
UQ's Sustainable Minerals Institute - The Relevance of Dialogue: Beyond Social Licence to Operate
Interesting assessment here. This article examines the role of dialogue in addressing mistrust and tensions between mining companies and impacted communities
DPI webinar: Reaching ESG goals while achieving prosperity
Pretty sure I’ve linked this before but it’s a great conversation and good to see indigenous voices put front and centre in the ESG debate for once
A mining business model to capture value for all stakeholders
Great case study by Dr Jocelyn Fraser looking at the shared value business model used by Lundin Gold and the Lundin Foundation at the Fruta del Norte mine in Ecuador
BDO: Social Licence to Operate in Mining
"Social licence will soon be akin to a mining licence, without which mining companies will find it impossible to operate" Comprehensive analysis and toolkit from BDO
ScienceDirect paper: Towards a broadened view of water security in mining regions
Excellent paper from Dr Nadja Kunz discussing the risks and opportunities that water presents in large scale mining operations
A Blueprint for Responsible Sourcing of Critical Minerals
New report from The Critical Minerals Association outlining the challenges and opportunities for the UK to be a world leader in mining and sourcing critical minerals responsibly
ESG Unearthed
Liz Freele and Sarah Gordon review key learnings from the latest Responsible Raw Minerals conference
The social license to operate in a new era of inequality
Caitlin Purdy suggests three different models that extractives companies could use to help balance corporate and community prosperity
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We explored how to do more with less
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