water and mining

The Second Annual Global Workshop on Mining-related Water and Environmental Risks and their Financial Implications

by |November 2nd, 2016

The mineral extraction industry faces the dual challenge of rising water management costs and growing public scrutiny of the often-irreversible effects of mining on local land and water resources. Awareness of these risks has led to a growing desire from industry leaders to better assess and manage water resources. On September 13, 2016, Columbia Water… read more

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Global Workshop on Mining-related Water and Environmental Risks and their Financial Implications

by |March 4th, 2016

On November 30, 2015, the Columbia Water Center hosted a global workshop on mining-related water and environmental risks and their financial implications. Over 50 participants who work in varying sectors of the mining industry as well as academics and financial professionals attended the workshop. The purpose of the meeting was to gain input for the… read more

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Mining and Water Risk: Diagnosis, Benchmarking, and Quantitative Analysis of Financial Impacts

by |November 4th, 2015

A Columbia Water Center Project Sponsored by Norges Bank Investment Management Blanchet, J., Bonnafous, L., Dolan, C., Fonseca, F., Iyengar, G., Lall, U., Maennling, N., Nielsen, D., Siegel, J., Thomashausen, S., Vempati, A. As populations, economies and global per capita consumption continue to grow, so does the need for raw materials. Mining activity—including both primary… read more