Responsible gold blog

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.

Engaging with investors

World Gold Council.

In January 2020, Van Eck, which manages the International Investors Gold Fund, announced that it ‘would expect all of the gold producers in which we invest to adopt the RGMPs’.  

Re-imaging gold as an ESG investment

Peter Sinclair.

In-depth: In a world where consumers of every age group are increasingly interested in the source of their products and the ethical standards by which they are produced, some may think gold doesn’t stack up as a responsible investment.  

The First Year of the RGMPs – through the eyes of a practitioner

World Gold Council Members.

World Gold Council member companies have embarked on the three year implementation phase of the Responsible Gold Mining Principles. It’s been a year since the launch in September 2019 and three members describe their experience thus far.