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A Guide to Effective Climate Governance for TSX Venture Issuers in the Mining Sector

Brought to you by CCLI, this guide offers insights for TSXV-listed companies in the mining and mineral exploration sector on effective climate governance. In the guide, you'll find information on:

  • legal duties of directors and officers of junior mining companies with respect to climate change
  • insights regarding proposed new regulations
  • industry guidance on effective climate governance practices
  • key questions directors and management should ask themselves to meet regulatory requirements, market expectations, and their fiduciary duties to the company

A Guide to Effective Climate Governance for TSX Venture Issuers in the Mining Sector

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