|Statement||edited by James M. Otto and John Cordes.|
|Contributions||Otto, James., Cordes, John., United Nations Environment Programme., Colorado School of Mines. Institute for Global Resources Policy and Management., Kinzoku Kōgyō Jigyōdan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Sustainable development and the future of mineral investment in . This book draws upon case-studies and analysis of nine countries to demonstrate the difficulties currently faced and the policies which will be required in the future in order to take advantage of finite mineral resources to maintain the economic and social conditions for sustaining by: Sustainable Development and the Future of Mineral Investment Edited by: James M. Otto and John Cordes A collaborative effort: Institute for Global Resources Policy and Management Colorado School of Mines Metal Mining Agency of Japan United Nations Environmental Program . In September , the UN approved a new set of 17 goals, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aiming to develop and implement strategies to create “The Future We Want”; strategies .
Sustainable Development and the Future of Mineral Investment. The mineral economies are an important group of developing countries which have suffered a resource curse over the past 20 years--showing a poorer performance than resource-deficient neighbors. Sustainable Development in Mineral Economies - Richard M. Auty; Raymond F. Mikesell - Oxford University Press. This book draws upon case-studies and analysis of nine countries to demonstrate the difficulties currently faced and the policies which will be required in the future in order to take advantage of finite mineral . The sustainable d evelop ment of mining mineral reso urces is a major challen ge for to day’s global world, addressed to mining companies, peo ple of science associated with mi n-Author: Józef Dubiński.
Sustainable development is an investment issue. Capital is needed to alleviate poverty, create jobs, accelerate the clean energy transition and allow for the development of much-needed infrastructure to provide goods and services for all. Foreign direct investment . Normative and philosophical perspectives on sustainable development / John Cordes --Sustainable development and the mineral industry / Roderick G. Eggert --The stakeholders: interests and . Mineral resources have been used for millennia and are a key to society's development. With the growing importance of new technologies and the energy revolution, questions have arisen regarding the future Cited by: Several mining sectors, from phosphate to uranium, are reviewed and their current impacts and challenges are discussed. The mining legacy and environmental remediation, the present mining and challenges, and the future mining and society are discussed in relationship with environmental health Cited by: