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We are committed to being transparent about our political engagement and prohibit political donations in any circumstances, either directly or through third parties.

Our dealings with governments and parliaments revolve largely around the practical detail of obtaining and maintaining our licence to operate in line with our Code of Conduct but we will also express our opinion on questions around wider mining policy when called to do so.

We will explain our position on ESG (environment, social, governance) issues in response to stakeholder interest and in support of our Sustainable Mining Plan. We believe we have a right and responsibility to speak up as an accountable member of society; at the same time, we are opposed to any system where corrupt business practices can result in unfair advantage.

Governance and infrastructure

That's why, we have a number of mechanisms in place to ensure that best practice is observed.

We have a Corporate Relations Council that is chaired by a member of the Group Management Committee and involves representatives of all our business units worldwide. It meets twice a year and reviews any salient governance issues referring them up to the Sustainability Committee of the Board as necessary.

We also have a Government Relations country plan for each country where we operate which charts how we plan to engage the relevant politicians and civil servants. We do not make political donations so any funding request by or for Government is subject to particular scrutiny and the costs have to be strictly proportionate to what is to be delivered. We have a Business Integrity team and an independent Speak-Up system called “Your Voice” to catch and monitor any suspected contraventions.

Consultations and considerations

We are careful about being party to lobbying.

In 2019 we reviewed any differences between our policy positions and those of the organisations of which we are a member, concentrating on the areas of climate change and human rights.

We have also reported on the sums of money we would attribute as having been spent in support of a certain policy outcome, eg for giving hydrogen fuel-cell technology equal footing with battery electric in low-emission transport schemes.

We have reported this figure as US $76,000 in 2018 (eg to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index). We will also aim to consult relevant civil society stakeholders before engaging in any lobbying – for example if we want to promote ethical product stewardship schemes or to encourage countries to join international initiatives such as the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights or the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative.

In terms of not being too close to Government, we agree to publish the number of civil service secondments we have from them. We do not employ serving politicians. We monitor the “revolving door” issue to ensure there is no connection – implicit or otherwise – between employing someone from Government and the awarding of licences necessary to our business. We currently have no seconded civil servants from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Industry associations

Industry associations play an important role for Anglo American around the world. Our memberships of, and partnerships with, industry associations allow us to share best practice and be well informed on relevant technical, political and social developments. They also offer a route for Anglo American’s voice to be amplified alongside peer companies in policy and other debates.

Strong governance around our memberships is crucial to ensure that we maximise the mutual benefits of our engagement and minimise any risks. How Anglo American governs our memberships is outlined in the Code of Conduct, with more detail in the Group International and Government Relations Policy and the Group Business Integrity Policy.

We are committed to being transparent about our memberships of industry associations and we publish on this page all relevant details of those memberships, including Anglo American’s financial contribution to each association. In 2019, our contributions to the marketing of diamond through the Diamond Producers Association and platinum through the Platinum Guild International totalled US$58 million. We made contributions totalling a further US$12 million to all other industry associations. The amount disclosed relates to membership fees and/or other payments to associations, including programmes run by the associations, apart from where reasons of commercial confidentiality require us to withhold disclosure.

Any questions about our memberships can be directed to Industry.Associations@angloamerican.com.

Argentina
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Camara Mendocina de Empresarios Mineros The Mendoza Mining chamber promotes the mining, exploration and mining services sectors in Mendoza province’. - USD 500
Grupo Empresas de Exploración República Argentina The Argentine Exploration Group integrates the Argentine Chamber of Mining Entrepreneurs of Argentina and works in collaboration with local chambers, and seeks to create a favourable environment for the sustainable development of the mining sector and the community. - USD 600
Australia
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) AMMA is a national representative for Australia's resource, energy and supply industry employers and is focussed on supporting effective workforce outcomes and advocating on behalf of employers on workplace relations policies. Committee member AUD 54,600
Minerals Council of Australia MCA represents the full spectrum of the Australian minerals industry across the various commodities produced in Australia. It provides a forum for collaboration amongst the membership in relation to the industry's views on a range of regulatory and policy issues and an effective mechanism for stakeholder consultation. MCA supports the work of companies in their mission to meet the highest levels of environment, social and governance standards. Following Anglo American's review of industry associations, MCA revised its climate position to more prominently align their position with the Paris Agreement. Board Member, Chair of Economic Reform Committee AUD 1,319,467
Queensland Resources Council QRC represents minerals and oil and gas producing companies in Queensland. QRC's climate change policy is consistent with Anglo American's position. Board Member AUD 605,008
Coal 21 (formerly ACALET) Coal 21 was established in 2006 as a mechanism for the Australian black coal industry to invest in the demonstration of low-emissions coal technologies. Since 2006, Coal21 has seen over $377 million committed to the development of low-emissions technologies. Anglo American has voluntarily contributed to this fund through an industry levy since its inception. Board Member AUD 1,657,012
Botswana
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Business Botswana De Beers Group Global Sightholder Serivers is a member of Business Botswana, which represents employers in all sectors of the Botswana economy in an advocacy capacity. - BWP 40,000
Brazil
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
CEBDS - Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development The organisation promotes knowledge sharing on operational technical improvement in the themes of Climate Change, Biodiversity Protection, Social Impact and Operation Improvement. It anticipates trends, and helps identify risks and opportunities. Member of Leader's Council BRL 77,619
GVCEs - Sustainability Study Center of Getulio Vargas Foundation Leading business school, focused on private sector knowledge sharing and exchange. Technical Staff participate in Thematic Committees BRL 63,000
UNGC - Brazilian Committee for Global Compact The Global Compact is the biggest initiative of corporate sustainability in the world. In Brazil, the projects driven by the UNGC - related to Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-corruption - are developed in the Brazilian Committee. In this committee, the member companies can incorporate the Ten Principles of the UNGC into their strategies, policies and procedures. Technical Staff participate in Thematic Committees BRL 39,029
FIEG - Industry Federation of Goiás CFIEG is the Federation of Industries of Goiás State, which defends the legitimate interests of the sector to the Federal, State and Local Governments. It also analyses and debates the risks and opportunities that industry faces. Technical Staff participate in Thematic Committees BRL N/A - Membership through SIEEG
FIEMG - Industry Federation of Minas Gerais FIEMG is the Federation of Industries of Minas Gerais State, which defends the legitimate interests of the sector to the Federal, State and Local Governments. It also analyses and debates the risks and opportunities that industry faces. Member of the Strategic Council BRL N/A - Membership through Sindiextra
IBRAM - Brazilian Mining Institute The Mining Sector Trade Association, which promotes and builds the sector position's on strategic themes. Board member BRL 452,908
SIEEG - Mining Industry Trade Union of Goiás SIEEG is the Goiás State Mining Sector Advocacy group, representing the sector, along with the Federation of Industries of Goiás State. Board member BRL 14,400
Sindiextra - Mining Industry Trade Union of Minas Gerais Sindiextra is the Minas Gerais State Mining Sector Advocacy group, representing the sector, along with the Federation of Industries of Minas Gerais State. Technical Staff participate in Thematic Committees BRL 60,000
ABERJE - Brazilian Association of Corporate Communication ABERJE contributes to the economic and social development of the country through the promotion of business and organizational communication, in a local and global perspective. - BRL 6,122
ABRH - Human Resources Brazilian Association ABRH promotes the development of HR professionals through events, studies and exchange of experiences. It also collaborates with public bodies in subjects related to their area of expertise. Participant in the Advisory Board BRL 760
AMCHAM - American Chamber of Commerce AMCHAM is a diversified private sector advocacy group and business club, which promotes international trade and business opportunities and networking. Participate in the Administrative Council and The Strategic Council BRL 12,075
ACECMD - Industrial and Commercial Association of Concei??o do Mato Dentro Industry and Commercial Sector Advocacy, which promotes the development of its members in view of the opportunities and priorities in the region. Board member BRL 3,520
ACIS - Commercial Association of Serro Industry and Commercial Sector Advocacy, which promotes the development of its members in view of the opportunities and priorities in the region. - BRL 480
ASCOMID - Commercial, Industrial, Farming and Service Association of Dom Joaquim Industry and Commercial Sector Advocacy, which promotes the development of its members in view of the opportunities and priorities in the region. - BRL 3,600
ACIN - Industrial and Commercial Association of Niquelandia Industry and Commercial Sector Advocacy, which promotes the development of its members in view of the opportunities and priorities in the region. - BRL 1,891
ABRACE - Brazilian Association of Large Industrial Energy Consumers ABRACE is the advocacy association of large industrial energy consumers, which defends the importance of energy at competitive prices for the development of the productive sector in Brazil. Represented at the General Assembly BRL 192,000
ABRAFE - Brazilian Association of Ferroalloy and Silicon Metal Producers ABRAFE promotes the sustainable development and increased competitiveness of the ferroalloy and silicon metal industries in Brazil. Represented at the General Assembly BRL 117,600
ETHOS - Ethos Institute of Business and Social Responsibility The Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility is an OSCIP (Civil Society Organization of Public Interest) whose mission is to mobilise, raise awareness and help companies manage their business in a socially responsible manner, making them partners in building a sustainable and equitable society. Technical Staff participate in Thematic Committees BRL 48,000
Canada
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Mining Association of Canada Works to advance the interests of the sector and has positions on climate change, social impacts/benefits, human rights and other issues facing the mining sector. Technical Staff participates of Thematic Committees CAD 87,000
Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce The Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce serves the Yellowknife business community and supports create a more reasonable business environment. Anglo American Brazil CEO is member of the Strategic Council / Technical Staff participates of Thematic Committees CAD 2,000
Ontario Mining Association Represents the mining industry in Ontario and has strong positions on safety and sustainability. - CAD 75,000
The Northwest Territories/Nunavut Chamber of Mines Protects and promotes the sector in the NWT. Has a strong focus on socio-economic commitments, safety, health and environment. - CAD 16,500
The Timmins & Area Chamber of Commerce Provides business advocacy, networking, information-sharing for the industry in Timmins. - CAD 1,200
Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) Advocacy Group for Mineral Exploration in British Columbia. - CAD 14,000
Geological Association of Canada (GAC) National Geoscience organization that meets annually at a Canadian university and rotates across the country - academic oriented. - CAD 1,500
Mineral Deposit Research Unit (MDRU) Collaborative venture between the mining industry and the University of British Columbia (UBC). - CAD 25,000
Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Advocacy Group for Mineral Exploration Nationally in Canada. Global Recognition. Director CAD 12,000
China
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Precious Metals Technology Committee of China Non-Ferrous Association To build an international communication platform to promote the technology research and development and applications for Platinum Group Metals in China. - n/a Free membership
China Hydrogen Alliance To promote the construction of industrial eco-system, international communication & cooperation, scientific publicity & education, and high-quality development of China hydrogen energy industry and global hydrogen management to break new ground in China. - USD -
Ecuador
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Cámara de Minería de Ecuador The Association represents the entire mining industry before state entities. - USD 81,554
Hong Kong
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Diamond Federation of Hong Kong Non-profit organization aims to protect the integrity of diamond and consumer’s interest by standardizing business practice. - HKD 7,800
HK Chamber of Commerce Required by operational licenses. - HKD 5,200
India
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council Promotes the Indian gem and jewellery industry and its products. - USD 121,931
Indo French Chamber of Commerce & Industry Promotes mutually beneficial trade relations between India & France. - INR 48,000
All India Gem And Jewellery Domestic Council Serves as a bridge between the Government and the jewellery trade and undertakes initiatives on behalf of the industry. - INR -
Italy
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Club degli Orafi Represents the Italian gold jewellery industry: brands, manufacturers, wholesale and retail distribution, specialised press and international organisations for the promotion of gold, platinum and diamonds. Vice President EUR 5,500
Japan
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Japan Jewellery Association (JJA) JJA is a non profit industry organization dedicated to both the domestic and international development of the Japanese jewellery industry. JJA conducts research on jewellery and through exchanges and cooperation with domestic and overseas related organizations, JJA aims to promote the sound development and promotion of the jewellery industry. - JPY 90,000
Peru
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Comex Peru Comex is a private association that comprises the main companies linked with foreign trade in Peru. - USD 12,000
Sociedad Nacional de Mineria, Petroleo y Energia The Society promotes the Mining, Hydrocarbon and Electricity sectors in Peru. Director and Executive Committee USD 48,200
Camara de Comercio Peruano Britanico The Chamber of Commerce promotes bilateral commercial and cultural links between Peru and the UK. Director USD 6,222
Camera de Comercio Canada Peru The Chamber of Commerce promotes bilateral commercial and cultural links between Peru and Canada. Associate USD 1,534
Camara de Comercio Peruano Sudafricana The Chamber of Commerce promotes bilateral commercial, cultural and educational links between Peru and South Africa. Director USD 10,000
Singapore
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
SA Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) Promotion of business relationships between South Africa and Singapore. - SGD 1,488
South Africa
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Energy Intensive Users Group & Industry Task Team on Climate Change Technical input on Climate Change related policies and Electricity supply security. - ZAR 240,000
Jewellery Council of South Africa Focused on uniting and growing the South African jewellery industry into Africa's Jewellery Trading Hub. Board member ZAR 35,000
Minerals Council South Africa (former: SA Chamber of Mines) Supports and promotes the South African mining industry and has positions on all key issues affecting the sector. Board member ZAR 3,000,000
National Business Initiative The NBI is a voluntary and independent movement that builds bridges between business, Government, business and civil society. Our membership of it offers Anglo American a collective platform and opportunity to demonstrate that we are a trusted social partner and committed through voluntary and collective action to build a transformed and inclusive South Africa. The NBI’s action focus and implementation based capacity builds trust in the role of business in society focusing on key issues for the country, e.g. Climate Change, Water Security, Energy Security, Transformation, Anti-Corruption, Action to achieve the SDGs and the building of a capable state. The NBI’s bridging approach to relationships between government and business offers a unique platform to engage with government, and other key stakeholders around a collaborative solutions-based approach in addressing these risks and opportunities. The NBI is also at the forefront of sustainability risks and trends and access to cutting edge international thinking and national action is of great benefit. Board member ZAR 450,000
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) convenes the collective efforts of large corporates to strengthen and support key state institutions, position business as a national asset, and drive inclusive growth in South Africa. These efforts align with Our Purpose to re-imagine mining to improve people’s lives and enhances our role as a responsible corporate leader. Council Member ZAR 3,000,000
Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) is a broad association of small, medium to large companies and focuses on socio-economic structural factors, macro-economic policies and labour matters. Participating at BUSA gives Anglo American a platform to engage with both government and social stakeholders at the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC). - ZAR 250,000
UK
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
H2 Mobility UK Promotion of hydrogen economy. The UK H2 Mobility Project is a partnership of UK industry leaders and Government, working to make hydrogen-fuelled transport a reality. - GBP 3,000
UK Hydrogen and fuel cell association Promotion of hydrogen economy. The Association was launched in summer 2010 following the merger of Fuel Cells UK and the UK Hydrogen Association. - GBP 6,000
British Stainless Steel Association BSSA exists to promote and develop the manufacture and use of stainless steel across the UK and Ireland, providing marketing support, technical advice, information, training and education in all aspects of stainless steel. - GBP 1,134
London Platinum and Palladium Markets Metals exchange and responsible sourcing. - GBP 4,000
Engineering UK STEM education and Industry Panel. Industry Panel member GBP 10,000
North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) We are a member of the North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC). They provide a voice for businesses in the region, including the UK’s largest cluster of chemical, process and energy companies that are based on Teesside. - GBP 1,135
USA
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Jewelers for Children Charitable giving efforts of the jewellery industry to support as many children in need as possible and ensure that diamonds have a positive social impact. Treasurer USD 100 000
California Fuel Cell Partnership Promoting a hydrogen economy. The CaFCP was founded in 1999 and is an industry/government collaboration aimed at expanding the market for fuel cell electric vehicles powered by hydrogen. - USD 70,000
Jewelers Vigilance Committee (JVC) Provides legal education guidance and compliance for the jewelry industry since 1912. They are a non-profit legal trade association ensuring legal compliance and fair play and will bring legal action against non compliant players. JVC advocate and work with the FTC to ensure industry and consumer needs are properly enshrined in US government laws and regulations. Chairman USD 104,000
Jewelers of America (JA) Promotes professional practices and ethics of the US jewelry industry. Participating jewelers and supplier members sign a “Code of Professional Practices” that is consistent with the principles of the Responsible Jewelry Council to ensure consumers can shop with confidence. - USD 33,399
Jewelers Board of Trade (JBT) Promotes the welfare of their membership and the jewelry industry overall by obtaining and delivering accurate and reliable credit information, collection services and education on such matters. - USD 995
Jewelers Security Alliance (JSA) A non-profit trade association with over 20,000 members that provides crime information and assistance to the jewelry industry and law enforcement. - USD 10,000
Women's Jewelers Association (WJA) Helps women in the jewelry and watch industries advance and develop professionally through networking, education, leadership development and the provision of member services. Board Member USD 10,000
American Gem Society (AGS) A non-profit trade association of fine jewelry professionals dedicated to setting maintaining and promoting the highest standards of ethical conduct and professional behavior through education, accreditation, recertification of its membership, gemological standards and gemological research. AGS Laboratories, founded to support the AGS mission, is a not-for-profit diamond grading lab with a mission of consumer protection and offers grading reports. - USD 23,710
Diamond Empowerment Fund (DEF) Supported by the international natural diamond industry, Diamonds Do Good is a global nonprofit organization supporting programs that develop and empower people in natural diamond communities and sharing these stories of positive impact. Sponsor USD 200,000
24 Karat Club of NYC Fosters interests of the jewelry industry by forming a fellowship uniting men and women within the industry and kindred trades in the belief and practice that the greatest values are to be found in raising the quality of human relationships. - USD 23,250
Europe
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
European Precious Metals Federation (previously REACH Precious Metals Consortium) EPMF provides an interface between policy makers, regulatory authorities, and the precious metals industry on a wide range of issues - and most importantly for Anglo American coordinates industry consortia that ensure compliance with the EU-REACH regulation. - EUR 5,000
Hydrogen Europe Promotion of H2 as a key solution to address decarbonisation of economy; insights into an important market for Hydrogen and fuel cells. Board Member EUR 15,000
Eurometaux Science-based advocacy on many EHS and public-policy areas relevant to Anglo. Key policies include: Resource efficiency, climate and energy, environment and health, international trade, and chemicals management (summaries of each can be found at https://www.eurometaux.eu/eu-policy/). Eurometaux is supportive of the Paris agreement and active in pushing for reform to the EU-ETS to ensure that high-intensity industries (metal producers) are not unduly impacted. Membership of multiple committees and seat on ExCo EUR 47,000
Global
Industry Association Name Rationale for AA/DB Membership Type of leadership position held Currency 2019
Diamond Producers Association The Diamond Producers Association (DPA) is the marketing arm of the 6 major natural diamond mining companies. The DPA carries out consumer marketing programmes in the major consumer diamond markets and represents its members with the industry. Aims to encourage best practice and sustainability across the diamond industry and to protect the integrity of the diamond. It has a position on ethical supply chain, human rights and environmental impacts all with the aim to maintain and enhance consumer confidence in diamonds and support marketing. Chairman of the Board USD 30,000,000
Baltic Exchange The Baltic Exchange is the main industry source for market information which is used for the settlement of physical and derivative contracts. It also plays an industry role (600 members) on maritime matters to try and represent the industry – however this is limited to market and pricing related issues. - GBP 8,110
Marine Anti Corruption Network The MACN is a network of over 100 members which meet twice a year to discuss methods and ways to address and stamp out corruption and bribery in the maritime sector. - GBP 6,500
International Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association (preparatory) To build an international exchange and cooperation platform covering the whole industrial chain, jointly meet the challenges of the commercial development of fuel cells, foster a market environment that promotes the technological progress and commercialization of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles and other Fuel Cell applications around the world. - USD 500,000
World Coal Association The World Coal Association (WCA) covers all major coal producing and consuming regions, alongside national associations. Anglo American works with the WCA for the sustainable production and use of coal, bringing together stakeholders to help the industry respond to the challenges it faces, including the transition to a low-carbon world, encouraging innovation, and supporting members to be industry leaders. - GBP 76,400
CIBJO (World Jewellery Confederation) CIBJO focuses on consumer confidence in the jewellery industry with a primary focus on providing standards and terminology (notably though their Blue Book system). Our focus is on diamonds and the clear & correct communication to the consumer. - CHF 15,000
ICMM ICMM is mining’s peak industry body / lead trade association, with a focus on sustainability in the mining and metals sector, with a focus on Climate Change (supportive of Paris Agreement), Mining in World Heritage Areas (No-go commitment), Mercury Risk Management, Water Stewardship, Tailings, Transparency of Mineral Revenues, Mining partnerships for development, Indigenous peoples & mining. Chair of Responsible Sourcing Working Group GBP 626,000
International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (IAGSA) Promotes the safe operation of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft on airborne geophysical surveys by developing recommended practices, serving as a center for exchange of safety information, and collecting safety statistics. - USD 5,040
International Chromium Development Association The ICDA is the global voice of the chrome industry. Benefits of being members range from being part of a world renowned community, receiving essential market information and contributing to the sustainable development of the chromium industry. In addition, membership gives access to services such as, weekly, quarterly and annual market reports, regulatory updates and access to workshop, conference and industry events. Council Member ZAR 19,579
Hydrogen Council Promotion of hydrogen economy. The Hydrogen Council is a global initiative of leading energy, transport and industry companies with a united vision and long-term ambition for hydrogen to foster the energy transition. The Council now has 81 member companies. Board member EUR 50,000
Fuel cell and hydrogen energy association Promotion of H2 as a key solution to address decarbonisation of economy; insights into an important market for Hydrogen and fuel cells. Board member USD 27,500
CIAB - Coal Industry Advisory Board Our membership of the Coal Industry Advisory Board (CIAB) is by invitation from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The CIAB is a group of high-level executives with coal-related businesses that provide advice to the IEA on a wide range of issues relating to coal. - USD 12,000
Responsible Jewellery Council The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) is an industry organisation that develops on industry standards for diamond mining companies, diamond cutters and polishers, jewellery manufacturers and retailers. RJC membership and accreditation underpins the responsible business practices of its members. Has a position on human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, and product disclosure. Board member GBP 93,750
World Federation of Diamond Bourses To protect the interest of affiliated bourses and their members; participate in promotion of world trade and encourage further establishment of bourses. - EUR 4,398
Diamond Development Initiative Has a position on responsible sourcing and artisanal diamond mining sector including research, policy reform, education, and benefaction of the artisanal miners. - USD 100,000
World Diamond Council Consists of members engaged in all sectors in the diamond value chain and supports the industry in the development and implementation of regulatory and voluntary systems to control the trade in diamonds embargoed by the United Nations or covered by the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme. Board member GBP 42,468
International Platinum Group Metals Association Has a number of policies on PGMs and safety and health and a sustainability set of principles members should adhere to. Doing work on cleaner diesel. - EUR 70,000
Platinum Guild International Grow the sales of platinum into the jewellery market. - USD 28,200,000
World Platinum Investment Council Grow the demand for platinum investment products. - USD 3,100,000
Nickel Institute NI promotes research and advocates sound-scientific approaches to regulatory decision making in areas including environment, health and safety. ON CLIMATE the NI promotes beneficial uses of Ni - including for low carbon economy and meeting objectives of the Paris agreement. Full list of position statements at: https://nickelinstitute.org/Sustainability/PositionStatements. Two seats on Board - AAML & RPM USD 883,682
International Molybdenum Association IMoA promotes and advocates on sound science relating to the regulation, market access and beneficial uses of Mo. - USD 56,873
ICA (International Copper Association) ICA promotes research and advocates sound-scientific approaches to regulatory decision making and promotes safe and beneficial uses of copper - eg green buildings, renewable energy, and meeting the objectives of the SDGs and Paris agreement. Member of Materials Stewardship Committee and Responsible Sourcing Working Group USD 1,734,692
Responsible Steel We aspire to be a global leader in sustainable mining. So, we have developed a Sustainable Mining Plan, integral to FutureSmart Mining?, to innovate and deliver step change results across the entire value chain. This supports our ethos as a recognised, responsible supplier of minerals and metals, promoting ethical value chains. This also means we are committed to working with our customers to support their responsible sourcing and production efforts. - USD 30,000
IRMA IRMA is a multi-stakeholder initiative that aims to promote and enable global demand for more socially and environmentally responsible mined products. It does this through the development of a systems that provides credible third-party verification and certification against a comprehensive standard. Board member USD 250,000
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