Copper Mining in Peru What Investors Should Know INN

Copper mining in Peru Worldclass mines and deposits. Perus status as a major copper miner means that there are a slew of major mines in the country. Heres a brief rundown of a few of the

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mining Sector in Peru

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mining Sector in Peru. Investment in mining is increasing in Peru. In order for mining to promote sustainable development among the poorest communities near mining concessions the government must have clear policies to redistribute revenues to benefit local communities an organized and responsible civil society must be involved in important decisions about policies and mining companies must operate in responsible

Quellaveco Open Pit Copper Mine Fluor EPC Project in Peru

Quellaveco Open Pit Copper Mine. In 2012 Anglo American reached an agreement with the Moquegua community on various aspects of the Quellaveco Open Pit Copper Mine project. This included the use of water environment and social responsibility and establishing a social fund to finance Moquegua projects. This greenfield project is one of Peru's largest and is located 34 kilometers east of the town

Hannan Increases Mining Concession Holdings By 27% In Peru

A further 3 mining concessions have been granted over the last 4 weeks. A total of 28 mining concessions have now been granted at the Tabalosos (19 concessions) Sacanche (3) and Gera (6) areas at the San Martin project in Peru Geological field and social permitting teams have commenced their 2020 programs.

Newmont Corporation Operations Projects Global

Yanacocha abides by Peruvian laws and national and international standards in the areas of environmental stewardship mine closure and reclamation and social responsibility. Water. We have a number of programs in place to ensure that we are controlling erosion and sediment properly treating water and monitoring our operations.

The Chinese mining giant and the ghost town

In Old Morococha those remaining live in difficult conditions themselves protagonists in an ongoing social conflict. The mine 160 kilometres from the capital Lima and one of Perus largest copper projects is slated for a US$1.355 billion expansion. It

Earning a social license to operate in mining A case

4.1. The Tintaya copper mine. This mine is located 13 000 feet above sealevel in Peru's Espinar province the Tintaya. Some community members claimed that land purchases which they were forced into had been conducted in ways that were unethical and illegal. Community members also began to complain about the mine's perceived environmental

The slow violence of corporate social responsibility

corporate social responsibility the case of mining in Peru Third World Quarterly To link to this article https://doi.or g/10.1080/01436597.2018.1432349 Published online 08 Feb 2018.