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  • The Role of Local Government in Local and Regional Economic Development

    Pugalis, L., Tan, SF., 2017, The Role of Local Government in Local and Regional Economic Development, University of Technology Sydney. ISBN 978-0-646-97763-8 Published September 2017 Document version 1.0 ...

  • EXAMINING THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MINING ON THE …

    While mining activities are regulated with the purpose of ensuring that they play a significant role in improving the socio-economic conditions of the communities in which they operate, there is little evidence to suggest that this mandate has been implemented in the

  • The social and economic impacts of gold mining

    The social and economic impacts of gold mining 70 % of total expenditures by gold mining companies are on payments to suppliers, contractors and employees. One of …

  • Examining the Impact of Regional Integration on Economic Development …

    developing economies greatly, particularly the Least Developed Countries (LDCs). However, most studies of regional integration agreements show that among member states, low income countries gain are less than the average (e.g. Ariyasajjakorn et al, 2009

  • New economic growth: the role of science, technology, innovation and infrastructure …

    New economic growth: the role of science, technology, innovation and infrastructure Policy recommendations G7 Academies of Science urge governments to: line with Goal 9 of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustaina- ble Development, which is to "Build resilient infra

  • THE FIVE-YEAR SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN

    CONTENTS RESOLUTION ON THE 5-YEAR SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF 2016 - 2020 5 Part I ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FIVE-YEAR SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2011-2015 19 I. SITUATION AND

  • The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards the …

    Socio-economic Development of Mining Communities: A Case Study of Kenyasi in the Brong Ahafo Region Adjei 1, N.K.Oladejo1, I.A. Adetunde2, * 1University for Development Studies, Department of Mathematics, Navrongo. ...

  • Our Sustainable Mining Plan | Anglo American

    At the heart of our Sustainable Mining Plan is Collaborative Regional Development, our model for bringing long-term sustainable development opportunities to the regions around our operations. Inspired by the Development Partner Framework, this innovative approach starts by identifying socio-economic development opportunities with the greatest potential in a region …

  • MINERAL EXPLORATION AND MINE DEVELOPMENT

    3 proceed to development, (c) deposit development, in which full technical and economic assessments are carried out, and a decision is made on whether to proceed to mining, and (d) mine development, in which a mine and all associated facilities and infrastructure

  • Accessibility and socio-economic development of human …

     · Access to facilities, services and socio-economic opportunities plays a critical role in the growth and decline of cities and human settlements. Previous attempts to explain changes in socio-economic indicators by differences in accessibility have not been convincing as countries with highly developed transport infrastructure have only seen marginal benefits of …

  • Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role of …

    4 Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role of CSR for long-term sustainability the large scale mining operation. However, one of the main reasons for the lagged business development is the limited availability of human resources. It appears

  • Managing mining for sustainable development

    on the environmental, social and economic aspects of mining in a way that is relevant for governments and communities in resource-rich countries and regions, this sourcebook fills an important gap. Nik Sekhran Director Sustainable Development UNDP Foreword

  • MASTER''S THESIS: PROMOTING SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH REGIONAL INTEGRATION – THE POLITICS OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC …

    ABSTRACT Regional integration has gained momentum since the 1980s and throughout the world. The new regionalism process prevailing since differs from the old one by its multidimensionality covering economic, political, social, and cultural issues within a

  • ICMM & Society & the economy

    Social performance management aims to: Avoid harm to people and communities from company activities throughout the mining life cycle. Ensure respect for human rights. Contribute to the social and economic development of affected people and engage society more widely on key issues. Establish and maintain relationships of trust between companies ...

  • SOCIAL COHESION FRAMEWORK social cohesion for stronger communities

    SOCIAL COHESION FRAMEWORK 4 1. Introduction Social cohesion is an important determinant of a peaceful, democratic and prosperous nation. It creates stronger bonds within and across different groups, and fosters greater trust in the institutions of

  • Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role …

    4 Social impacts of mining at a local community level and the role of CSR for long-term sustainability the large scale mining operation. However, one of the main reasons for the lagged business development is the limited availability of human resources. It appears

  • The Contribution of the Mining Sector to Socioeconomic and …

    This sustained strong economic performance goes against the accepted wisdom that even though the mining sector, like other extractive industries, can generate foreign exchange and fiscal revenues, it contributes little to sustained …

  • CHAPTER 8 MINERALS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    Realizing the potential for mining to contribute to development in all countries where it takes place is arguably one of the greatest priorities facing the mining and minerals sector. Mining should bring extensive economic benefits.This is particularly important for poor

  • Mineral Resources and Economic Development

    Mineral Resources and Economic Development* Gavin Wright and Jesse Czelusta Stanford University October 2003 Prepared for the Conference on Sector Reform in Latin America Stanford Center for International Development November 13-15, 2003 Abstract

  • The impact of mining on sustainable practices and the traditional …

     · Mining has played a part in the economic development of developed countries such as the USA, Canada and Australia. However, the mining economic growth connection varies considerably from that claimed in the historical analogy reasoning. It is not evident that these countries'' historical experience applies to modern developing nations due to modifications in …

  • ICMM & Role of mining in national economies 3rd edition

    Social Progress in Mining-Dependent Countries: Analysing the role of resource governance in delivering the UN Sustainable Development Goals New ICMM report finds that governance is key to determining socio-economic progress in Mining Dependant Countries, in research analysing 41 social metrics across a 23 year period.

  • Extractive Industries Overview: Development news, research, data …

     · The extractive industries sector plays a strong economic role in 63 countries, many of which face challenges such as resource dependency and weak governance. The World Bank helps developing countries manage oil, gas, and mining in a way that contributes to sustainable growth and development, protects communities and reduces carbon emissions.

  • THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL, REGIONAL & SUB-REGIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN SUPPORTING SD IN THE ARAB REGION

     · 3 Role of international, regional, & sub-regional institutions International institutions and donor agencies have played a major role in furthering the SD process in Arab countries supplying needed technical, organizational & financial assistance. This assistance has

  • The relationship between the mining industry and communities

     · The relationship between the mining industry and communities. One of the most challenging relationships in the mining industry is the one that exists between mining companies and communities. It is indisputable that mining can …

  • How can mining contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals? | World Economic …

     · The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in 1971, and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no …

  • MASTER''S THESIS: PROMOTING SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THROUGH REGIONAL INTEGRATION – THE POLITICS OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC …

    the view that regional integration can promote socio-economic development, provided a pro development approach is privileged in the conception and implementation of the regional integration process.

  • How can mining contribute to the Sustainable Development …

     · The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in 1971, and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no …

  • Economic impact of world mining

    The social and economic impacts of gold mining

  • Regional Economic Development: A Review

    Regional Economic Development: A Review SEARCH WP01/03 3 appear to be even more relevant in the case of developing and emerging countries, where only a limited set of locations shows the capability to spur economic growth, while the rest seems

  • Critical Minerals and the Role of U.S. Mining in a Low-Carbon …

     · The Role of Mining in a Transition to a Clean Economy Moving the Conversation Forward Very few forums manage to bring together the disparate interests of industry, academia, labor, politics, and environmentalism, yet such a multi-stakeholder approach is the only way of effectively resolving complex problems and creating inclusive solutions.

  • Corporate Social Responsibility of Mining Industries by …

     · The Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes of mining companies tend to focus on community initiatives as their impact in economic, social and environmental terms is felt greatest at the local level. However, the effectiveness of CSR initiatives in the oil, gas and mining sectors has been increasingly questioned.

  • Mining, Materials, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs…

     · Mining, Materials, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): 2030 and Beyond provides a systematic assessment of how the mining and materials sector contributes to the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) set forth by the United Nations in 2015. While the target date of 2030 is considered a benchmark for reaching these goals, the book looks …

  • The Impact and Effect of Illegal Mining (galamsey) towards the Socio-economic Development of Mining …

    Socio-economic Development of Mining Communities: A Case Study of Kenyasi in the Brong Ahafo Region Adjei 1, N.K.Oladejo1, I.A. Adetunde2, * 1University for Development Studies, Department of Mathematics, Navrongo. ...

  • CHAPTER 2 THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURE IN THE ECONOMY

    The Role of Agriculture in the Economy and Society makes the point that despite all the development in Western European agriculture, it has not affected the essence of the traditional family farm. The family farms have changed a lot, but still there are mostly family farms, and there is something stable in the farms.

  • A Perspective on the South African Mining Industry in the 21st …

    rural upliftment and regional (SADC) development and, more broadly, to giving an economic underpinning to the vision of an African renaissance. Six perspectives on the industry bear out these statements. One Hidden inside SA''s aggregate mining statistics are

  • The Role of Mining in the South African Economy

    mining has often been viewed as the locomotive of South Africa''s economic development.1 Historically such a perception certainly carries much validity. In this paper we examine whether this perception of the role ofmining in the South African economy remains

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