Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability in Mining 2012

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Report Code: MNP12846. December, 2012 . Toronto

ARTICLE 1

Global Challenges and Opportunities for the Canadian Mining Industry

Brent Bergeron
Vice President, Corporate Affairs
Goldcorp Inc.

ARTICLE 2

Risk Management from Exploration to Early Development…a Juniors Perspective

Mark Wiseman
Vice President – Sustainability
Avalon Rare Metals

ARTICLE 3

Free Prior Informed Consent: Is It Required?

Kevin O’Callaghan
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 4

Water as a Building Block

Bill Williams
Vice President, Environment
Barrick Gold

ARTICLE 5

The Government of Canada’s Engagement in CSR

Judith St. George
Director General, Trade Commissioner Service Operations
& Trade Strategy Bureau
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

ARTICLE 6

From Consumers to Communities: How Supply Chain Sustainability Helps
Secure Responsible Practices

Monica Ospina
Director
O Trade and Market Access

ARTICLE 7

Avalon, Rare Earths and CSR

Ian London
Market Development and Energy Advisor
Avalon Rare Metals

ARTICLE 8

Which comes first – Accountability or Transparency?

Joe Ringwald
Vice President, Mining
Selwyn Resources Ltd.

ARTICLE 9

Corporate Social Responsibility

Gordon Cummings
CEO and President
Kimber Resources

ARTICLE 10

Measuring the Success of CSR from Juniors to Major Mining Players:
Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Scott Yarrow
Vice President, Sustainability
Xstrata Nickel

ARTICLE 11

Managing Human Rights Issues in Complex Environments

Sarah A. Altschuller
Associate
Foley Hoag

ARTICLE 12

Managing Human Rights Issues in Complex Environments

Joe Ringwald
Vice President, Mining
Selwyn Resources Ltd.

ARTICLE 13

Harnessing CSR Initiatives to Alleviate Poverty in the eastern Democratic Republic
of the Congo

Martin Jones
Chairman
Banro Foundation, Banro Corporation

ARTICLE 14

Achieving Successful Community Development Outcomes

Craig Ford
Vice President, Corporate Responsibility
Inmet Mining

ARTICLE 15

The Economic Value of Conservation Initiatives

Susan McGeachie
Market Leader, Climate Change and Sustainability Services
Ernst & Young LLP

ARTICLE 16

Developing Mining Projects Responsibly in Canadian Sub-Arctic Environment
– Some of the Challenges and Opportunities

Michel Julien
Corporate Director, Environment
Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.

ARTICLE 17

Aboriginal Participation in Environmental Monitoring and Management in the
Canadian Mining Sector-A Scan for Current Best Practices

Don Richardson
Managing Partner
Shared Value Solutions Ltd.