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Sustainability Reporting in the Gold Mining Industry: The Need for Continual Improvement

@inproceedings{Jacobsen2007SustainabilityRI,
  title={Sustainability Reporting in the Gold Mining Industry: The Need for Continual Improvement},
  author={L. C. Jacobsen and Gavin M. Mudd},
  year={2007}
}
Gold mining in Australia and globally has a long and variable history. In recent years, due to ongoing public concern over long-term environmental impacts, the mining industry globally has been moving towards a more sustainable framework, presented as the ‘Mining, Minerals and Sustainable Development’ (MMSD) framework at the Johannesburg Earth Summit in 2002. There are a number of fundamental issues and concerns with assessing the sustainability of mining. These include long-term declines in… 

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