Newmont Boddington Gold hosts delegation of global sustainability leaders
Newmont Boddington Gold today hosted a delegation of sustainability leaders representing the International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM), an organization committed to enhancing sustainable development performance in the mining and metals industry.
As a founding member of the ICMM and Australia’s largest gold miner, Newmont has been selected to be on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for seven consecutive years.
Aidan Davy, ICMM’s Deputy President said the visit to Newmont Boddington Gold is testament to ICMM members’ commitment to the development and application of international good practice.
“Mining has its unique environmental and social challenges, many of them shared across commodities,” said Mr. Davy. “Site visits, such as today’s, are a critical input to the development of global good practice through shared knowledge. We are grateful to Newmont Boddington Gold for their hospitality and for the opportunity to witness how sustainability can be translated in all areas of the business.”
Dr. Elaine Dorward-King, Newmont Mining Corporation’s Executive Vice President, Sustainability and External Relations, said Newmont is committed to promoting sustainable development at all of the company’s operations around the world.
“Continuous improvement in our environmental and social performance is central to ensuring our operations create shared value for our employees, host communities and governments,” said Dr. Dorward-King. “Boddington stands as an example of best practices in the mining industry not only in Australia, but around the world.”