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As global supply chains become more transparent mining companies must measure their environmental and social footprint, develop environmental and social targets and action plans, compete on sustainability metrics with others in the industry, and disclose or report in line with a raft of sustainability frameworks and standards.

 

Under performing on industry benchmarks, non-disclosure or quantifying outside accepted methodologies limits a mining company’s access to markets and risks green litigation. Furthermore, meeting these requirements involves expensive consultancy, intensive labour and various tools to manage large data sets.

Quantify

  •  Avoid costs of expensive consultancies

  •  Reduce time in identifying, collecting and managing sustainability data

  • Streamline unstructured sustainability data

  •  Avoid greenwashing allegations with full methodology and conversion factor transparency
     

  •  Identify data gaps and request data from colleagues

Compare

  • Understand position on specific metrics compared to competitors and industry
     

  • Compare between sites, portfolios, and companies to identify sustainability hotspots

Forecast

  • Test interventions through scenario analysis
     

  • Conform with SBTi target generation and action requirements

Report

  • Avoid costs of large external reporting teams
     

  • Comply with TCFD, CDP, GRI, SASB, ICMM, SDG, Carbon Accounting reports and disclosures
     

  • Mining specific disclosures where required

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