Laporan ini memberikan pembaruan status tentang apa yang saat ini dilakukan perusahaanperusahaan pertambangan skala besar untuk mengintegrasikan TPB ke dalam
strategi bisnis mereka dan untuk mengambil tindakan proaktif yang akan membantu mencapai Tujuan ini.
The Responsible Mining Foundation has been tracking gender action by mining companies since 2017 and the latest results are just in. The findings again show striking contrasts in what companies choose to focus on – gender balance in headquarter teams is quite widely addressed while gender in affected communities is largely ignored.
Commendable and important as mining companies’ commitments to become carbon-neutral are, emissions reduction is only one element of a responsible response to climate change. Recent research by RMF reveals that action to assess and address climate-related risks on people and environments impacted by mining – yet essential for a just transition – is conspicuously missing from current efforts by mining companies.
Recent research by RMF shows that very few of the companies making these trades disclose data about the payments they make. Normalisation of the public disclosure of commodity trading transactions is critically important to support financial integrity and good governance of extractive resources.
Lalu apakah status terkini mengenai hak asasi manusia di sektor pertambangan? Sudah 10 tahun sejak diadopsinya Prinsip-Prinsip Panduan PBB Mengenai Bisnis dan Hak Asasi Manusia (UNGPs), data dari RMI Report 2020 menunjukkan bahwa skor penilaian rata-rata perusahaan pertambangan besar terkait isu hak asasi manusia hanya mencapai 19%.
At the second anniversary of the tailings dam burst in Brumadinho, Brazil that killed at least 270 people and destroyed the livelihoods and environments for many others, the mining industry seems more willing than ever to take the issue of tailings risks seriously.