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Unearthing a Greener Future: Digging Deeper into Effective Climate Governance in the Canadian Mining Sector

Major mining companies are facing climate-related risks and opportunities such as floods, fires, droughts, policy and regulation adjustments, market shifts, and technological adaptations. Directors of major mining companies have a fiduciary duty to be cognizant of these risks and opportunities and to act on them with care, skill, and diligence.

This guide by CCLI recognizes five key areas where major mining companies can progress to the next level of climate governance.

Unearthing a Greener Future: Digging Deeper into Effective Climate Governance in the Canadian Mining Sector

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