Progress update from the Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030: How important is mining to a country’s economy?

Following its launch in November 2023, the Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030 has been considering the future demand for minerals and examined the relevance of mining through various lenses –  including the contribution of mining to a national economy (as shown by this image from ICMM), the role of artisanal mining and the relationship with various social issues that …

Resourcing Tomorrow: A fireside chat between Adam Matthews and Dr Rory Sullivan

Adam Matthews, Chair of the Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030, and Dr Rory Sullivan, Project Director, Mining 2030 Secretariat and CEO, Chronos Sustainability, hosted a fireside chat at Resourcing Tomorrow, Europe’s largest mining event dedicated to accelerating the energy transition. The event brings together change makers from the mining and resources industry to discuss and debate the big questions …

Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030 announces members and $11trn investor support

The Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030 announces $11trn initial investor support and names members of multi-stakeholder Commission including representatives from across the global mining sector London, 22nd November 2023: The Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030, a collaborative investor-led initiative, today announces that it has already received the support of 82 investors with over $11 trillion in assets under …

Call for evidence: landscape study

22nd November 2023 The Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030 is issuing an open call for evidence to support a landscape study, with a deadline for submissions of 20th December 2023. Download details of the call for evidence here. The landscape study seeks to understand supply and demand for energy transition minerals, both now and in the future, and will …

Statement read by Bishop David Urquhart on behalf of His Grace Archbishop Justin Welby at the launch of the Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030

Today, we are witness to the 4th anniversary of a Brumadinhomining tragedy and grieve how deeply it has impacted the peopleof Brumadinho and Brazil. This single tragedy, and the 270 deaths itled to, was appalling. We are deeply mindful that the cry for justice from the communityremains. I would like to pay tribute to Angelica here today as arepresentative of …

Statement read by Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa at the launch of the Global Investor Commission on Mining 2030

Greetings, ladies and gentlemen; it is good to be at this summit , andthank you for this opportunity to speak to you. Thank you to Adam and his team, who are driving so muchpositive change in the mining sector, to the chief executives who arejoining us today, to the NGOs, investors and the miners; to everyonegathered today, thank you for …

New Global Commission Launched To Raise Mining Sustainability Standards By 2030

New global commission launched to raise mining sustainability standards by 2030

Investor Commission, advised by UN Environment Programme, to develop ambitious agenda to ensure growth in mineral demand does zero harm to people and the environment “The low carbon transition is intrinsically linked to the capacity of mining to address a series of systemic social and environmental risks that threaten the sector’s social licence and its ability to meet the 500% …

Deep-sea mining roundtable 2: outcomes

4th Mining 2030 Investor Roundtable: Deep-Sea Mining On 24th June, the Mining 2030 Investor Agenda – the investor collaboration engaging with the global mining sector and led by the Church of England Pensions Board – hosted its fourth roundtable. The event was the second to focus on deep-sea mining (DSM), a nascent industry seen by some as a path to …

Deep-sea mining roundtable 1: outcomes

3rd Mining 2030 Investor Roundtable: Deep-Sea Mining On 10th June, the Mining 2030 Investor Agenda – the investor coalition focused on engagement with the global mining sector and led by the Church of England Pensions Board – hosted its third roundtable, this time focusing on deep-sea mining (DSM).  DSM is the practice of extracting minerals from depths of more than …