Mining and community development: problems and possibilities of local-level practice Deanna Kemp Abstract This article examines local-level community development (CD) facilitated by the mining industry. It moves beyond polarized debates that pit CD in mining MANAGING LOCAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ,From July 1 to 5, 2019, a workshop was held in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, on the management of community development related to the mining industry. Workshop participants included 22 officials from administrations responsible for mining, economy
MINING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Cowater
The challenges of community development require a more integrated and sustainable approach, that both recognises the scale of the task and the limitation of the means available. CowaterSogema has worked actively in Mali and Burkina Faso to design and implement systemic solutions to foster community development in the gold sector. In doing so we have established four ways of thinking differently to (PDF) Mining Community Development in South Africa: ,The legislative system promotes “mine community development” by means of a complex interaction between various pieces of legislation and policy guidelines. At the centre of this interaction are the.
Mining Companies and Local Communities
COMMUNITY RESPONSES. Quite apart from the growing “busi-ness case” for mining companies to get community relations right, another development is contributing to changed company behavior in this area. And that is the recent convergence at the inter-national level upon the responsibility of companies to respect human rights inImpact of the Mining Sector on Local Development: ,Dec 16, 2019· It concluded that the average results experienced by mining communities in terms of sustainable human development are positive but inconsistent and, above all, limited.
Corporate Community Involvement and Local
which a company is likely to adopt a community invol-vement approach conducive to local development. A large number of previous studies of corporate com-munity involvement have focused on the mining sector. As noted by Hamann (2004), mining raises particular concerns due to questions about its macroeconomic(PDF) Mining industry and sustainable development: ,Current mining practices need to change and contribute to community development with more equity, and to protect better natural resources and ecosystems in order to be environmentally acceptable
1.1 PHASES OF A MINING PROJECT ELAW
The social impacts of large-scale mining projects are controversial and complex. Mineral development can create wealth, but it can also cause considerable disruption. Mining projects may create jobs, roads, schools, and increase the demands of goods and services in remote and impoverished areas, but the benefits and costs may be unevenly shared. If communities feel they are being unfairly treated or inadequately compensated, mining projects Chapter 3. Mining in Environmentally Vulnerable ,governments to prohibit mining, oil, and gas development in IUCN I-IV protected areas and recommending that any extractive activity in categories V and VI should take place only if it is compatible with the objectives for which the protected area was established (IUCN, 2000).
Measuring the Impact of the Extractive Industry's
munity development projects by the extractive companies operating within their borders (IEG 2011). In 2005, the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) released its Community Development Toolkit, to be used as a guide to implementing community investment by its member companiesR E P O R T Congress.gov,munity development at the project site is not practicable, or why the require- ments of paragraph (2) cannot be met, and that sufficient funds distributed an- nually under section 401 are not available to implement the project.
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munity development. Large-scale industrial development in any ecosystem poses significant environmental and social risks. In areas such as national parks and similarly protected areas, devel-opment such as mining should not proceed. Where local communities are unwilling, or will be unable, to adapt to the changes that a large mine would bringHow can mining contribute to the Sustainable Development,The heads of 193 UN member states have now signed on to a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will be the shared global development framework for the coming generation. Mining
Challenges to Sustainable Small-Scale Mine Development in
Map of Suriname with the main small-scale gold mining areas and sites mentioned in the paper. company officials have declared that com munity development is an mining companies mustCorporate Community Involvement and Local Institutions,which a company is likely to adopt a community invol-vement approach conducive to local development. A large number of previous studies of corporate com-munity involvement have focused on the mining sector. As noted by Hamann (2004), mining raises particular concerns due to questions about its macroeconomic
Vision and Strategic Objectives for Sustainable
the Apuseni Mountains mining areas that would support policy writing and lead to the identification of appropriate solutions for socio-economic and environmental development of the studied area. Key words: mining area, planning models, sustainable development, Apuseni Mountains, Romania4 Development Process The Community,The Community . Development Process. T. he community development process can be difficult, time-consuming, and costly. Community residents often are more concerned with daily tasks than thinking about, and coming up with, a vision of their communi-ty’s future. Residents want their children to go to good schools, they want
Community Development Corporations (CDCs) Community
Community Development Corporations (CDCs) are nonprofit, community-based organizations focused on revitalizing the areas in which they are located, typically low-income, underserved neighborhoods that have experienced significant disinvestment. While they are most commonly celebrated for developing affordable housing, they are usually involved(PDF) Modes of Lithium Extraction in Argentina: Mining,of mining, which, especially in remote areas, may represent both a disputed land claims, socio-economic and community development . conditions, labour regulations and skills availability
COMMuNity DeveLOPMeNt DiStRiCtS NAHB
DeveLOPMeNt DiStRiCt The entire area is part of a community development district (CDD) made pos-sible by the Hawaii Community Develop-ment Authority (HCDA). The original HCDA enabling legislation designated the Kaka’ako area of Honolulu as the first community development district under the statute. At the time of its designation the area wasAn Assessment of Environmental Impacts of Sand and Gravel,Keywords: Assessment, Impacts, Gravel mining, Sand mining, Environment. 1. Introduction Sand and gravel mining refers to the actual process of removal of sand or gravel from a place of their occurrence (Langer, 2003). The places of sand and gravel occurrence are oceans, rivers, streams, flood plains or hills and mountains.
Neighbors organize over mining concerns in Fairbanks area
Aug 09, 2021· Photo courtesy of Jeff Chaucer. Fairbanks-area residents say they plan to protest mining efforts on thousands of wooded acres at Ester Dome, Murphy Dome and the Cleary Summit areaR E P O R T Congress,through economic and community development of the area in which the project is conducted. ‘‘(B) DEMONSTRATION OF CONDITIONS.—Such conditions are demonstrated by— ‘‘(i) documentation of the role of the project in such area’s economic development strategy or other economic and community development planning process;
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Specific areas of investment which will empower communities have been identified such as; education, health, infrastructure (water and roads), and food production. A common thread amongst these areas of investment is enterprise development it will lead to economic development and prosperity at local community TH S H. R. 1733 Congress.gov,2 munity development planning process; 3 ‘‘(ii) any other documentation of the 4 planned economic and community use of 5 the project site after the primary reclama-6 tion activities are completed, which may in-7 clude contracts, agreements in principle, or 8 other evidence that, once reclaimed, the 9 site is reasonably anticipated to be used
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Mining Community Development Scheme Act 912 Establishment of the Mining Community Development Scheme 16. (l) There is established by this Act a Mining Community Develop- ment Scheme for each mining community. (2) Where before the commencement of this Act a Mining Com- munity Development Scheme exists in a mining community, that SchemeProceedings of the National Conference on Mining,munity people. The hard reality is that mining corporations simply exhaust the mineral re-sources and leave behind a legacy of environmental devastation, economic dislocation and grave social problems. The burden of dealing with these is left solely to the community. The mining industry’s indifference and insensitivity have led to a
Potential mining site will change Ester Community
Jul 25, 2021· We are a tight, residential community, and actively enjoy access to multiple recreational activities, hunting and trapping on the very land being opened for mining development.European Lignite-Mining Regions in Transition,Moreover, lignite strip mining, as it is practised in the Czech Republic, Germany, and other Central and Eastern European countries, incurs lasting damage to the environment, cultural landscapes, and whole regional hydrological systems. Regenerating these landscapes, however, offers multiple opportunities for economic and com munity development.
The Magdalena Mining District of Northern Sonora, Mexico
THE MINING history of all the vast areas of the southwest abounds in many novel situations of nearly every description. Perhaps one of the most perplexing is the well established paradox that while the Magdalena mining areas were among the very first in northern Mexico to enjoy railroad connections with the outside world they are stillThe CSR challenges facing the extractive industry in weak,mining companies (five out of 20). A focus on the policies reveals that 25% of mining compa-nies have not included any commitment for pre-venting corruption in a formal policy such as a Code of Conduct or an Ethics Charter, as op-posed to only one oil and gas company out of 20 (i.e. 5%). Human rights and community involvement: Strong link
(PDF) Community development in sustainable livelihoods
Uncovering community development Reflecting on this brief overview of sustainable livelihoods approaches, what is most striking to us is the apparent absence of community develop- ment thinking and practice in sustainable livelihoods approaches, even though connections to community development can be found, especially in an NGO perspective likeThe integration of community development values, skills,The integration of community development values, skills and strategies within rural social work practice in Victoria, Australia Philip Mendes* and Fronica Binns Abstract In the rural context, community development is considered to be a primary component of effective and sustainable social work practice.
Examining Host Communities’ Perceptions on Trust Funds as
Community Development in Ghana Sam A. Kasimba Department of Geography, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Päivi Lujala Geography Research Unit, University of Oulu, Finland Abstract Mining companies increasingly adopt trusts, foundations, and funds as What Is The Environmental Impact Of The Mining Industry,Apr 25, 2017· The leakage of chemicals from mining sites can also have detrimental effects on the health of the population living at or around the mining site. In some countries, mining companies are expected to adhere to rehabilitation and environmental codes to ensure that the area mined is eventually transformed back into its original state.
What is community development? Child Family Community
Community in a community development sense refers to the citizens of the area, and does not usually refer to service providers or organisations. Consultation : Consultation is the process of asking community members via surveys, interviews or focus groups for their opinion or preference on an issue.The Community Development Program (CDP) National,The Community Development Program (CDP) is the Government’s remote employment and community development service. CDP supports job seekers in remote Australia to build skills, address barriers to employment and contribute to their communities through a range of flexible activities. It is designed around the unique social and labour market conditions in remote Australia and is