Responsible gold blog

International Women’s Day – a time to celebrate and reflect

Hannah Brandstaetter .

Today marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women all over the world. But it’s also a day to reflect on the fact that we are far from achieving gender equality.

Introducing the Responsible Gold Mining Principles – Understanding Impacts

Edward Bickham.

In this article, we focus on umbrella Principle 2 ‘understanding impacts’. The commitment is that gold mining companies should ‘engage with stakeholders and implement management systems, so as to ensure that they assess, understand and manage impacts, realise opportunities and provide remedy where needed.’

WGC joins the Responsible Minerals Initiative

Peter Sinclair.

When you buy a consumer product that comes with the label “responsibly sourced”, what exactly is behind that statement? This is at the heart of the mission of the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) which the World Gold Council recently joined as an association member.

Gold as a driver of change - little things and big impacts

John Mulligan .

Gold’s diverse functions and uses have a diverse range of significant impacts. The sector will be absolutely vital in delivering the applications, technology and infrastructure needed to move towards a cleaner, safer world. 

Gold mining's contribution to SDG 10

Hannah Brandstaetter .

One of the ways gold mining companies are contributing to SDG 10 is by taking steps to ensure that economic and educational opportunities.

Tracking gold mining's steps on the path to net zero

John Mulligan .

Our new research suggests where, over the next decade, we might expect gold mining to be if it continues on its current direction of travel, particularly if the sector is able to extend and accelerate current trends.

Congratulations to the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining

Terry Heymann.

Today Women in Mining UK recognised women all over the world that are making significant contributions to the mining sector. As part of 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining (WIM100) many women from our Member companies have been recognised and nominated by their peers for making positive and impactful contributions to the industry.