RMI Report 2020

The RMI Report 2020 is an evidence-based assessment of the economic, environmental, social and governance (EESG) policies and practices of 38 large-scale mining companies that operate in more than 780 mine sites and together account for 28 percent of the world’s mining activity by value of production. In addition, the Report assesses 180 individual mine sites in 45 countries against 10 basic indicators of responsible mining. The one-year study consists of a deep-dive into each company, with approximately two months spent reviewing and assessing each company.

The Responsible Mining Foundation publishes a biennial assessment of large, globally-dispersed mining companies’ policies and practices on economic development, business conduct, lifecycle management, community wellbeing, working conditions and environmental responsibility – with gender and human rights issues integrated throughout the report.

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Company Reports
Discover the 38 individual company result pages and discover their scores and contextual information
Mine-Site Reports
Access the individual scores of 180 mine sites selected out of 750+ operating sites covered in the RMI Report 2020
Leading Practices
Practices that are exceptionally responsive to the challenges and opportunities of responsible mining
Document Library
Discover more than 3,800 source documents, which have been used in the 2020 assessment
Download Summary
This Summary provides some overall results and extracts from the RMI Report 2020

38 companies assessed in RMI Report 2020
including publicly-listed, private and State-owned companies

Anglo AmericanAngloGold AshantiAntofagasta
ArcelorMittalBanpuBarrick Gold Corp
BHPBuenaventuraBumi Resources
China ShenhuaCoal IndiaCODELCO
ERGEvrazExxaro Resources
First QuantumFortescueFreeport-McMoRan
GlencoreGold FieldsGrupo México
Industrias PeñolesMMGNavoi MMC
Newcrest MiningNewmont NMDC
NordgoldOranoPeabody Energy
PolymetalRio TintoSibanye-Stillwater
Teck ResourcesRUSALVale
Vedanta ResourcesZijin