Research Webinar Series: No. 5 - How to improve the effectiveness of sustainability certification standards

This webinar, as part of the Research Webinar Series, presents research on how sustainability certification schemes can help deliver positive outcomes in the mining and minerals sector.

Sustainability certification schemes and standards are one key means for civil society actors to hold mineral companies and governments to account and for companies and governments to demonstrate that they are operating responsibly. This webinar shares research exploring the potential role these initiatives can play to effectively deliver positive outcomes and foster local development.

You can watch a recording of the webinar below:

Research Webinar 5: Sustainability Standards in the Mining and Mineral Sector from Webinar Series on Vimeo.

You can find the powerpoint slides from the webinar and the full report at the bottom of this page
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About the presenters

Renzo Mori Junior

Renzo Mori Junior is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining at the University of Queensland. At CSRM he is undertaking applied research to investigate the potential role sustainability certification schemes can play to improve standards for responsible mining. This applied research will review the design characteristics of proposed and existing certification schemes to develop practical resources and recommendations for how certification can better work to improve environmental and social outcomes.

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