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According to OECD, sustainability consists of using economic development to promote a fair society and respect for the ecosystems and natural resources.

The main principle of sustainable development is the link between this generation’s well-being and that of future generations.


The following are the fundamental principles of the sustainability policy:

  • Use and preserve natural resources.
  • Contribute to the communities’ social development
  • Promote productive activities.
  • Interact with local, public and private players, cooperate without interfering and support without taking their place.
  • Build relationships based on mutual trust between the Government, the Company and the communities.
The strategy consists of:
  • Promoting and performing economic and social activities in our areas of influence.
  • Driving conservation, restoration, and responsible use of natural resources.
  • Ensuring operations of the mining activities (environmental viability, legal compliance, environmental investment)
  • Promoting respect and protection of human rights.
  • Promoting the strengthening of local governments and social organizations.
  • Participating in and promoting public and private initiatives to address the populations’ basic needs.
  • Promoting public acceptance of mining.
  • Encouraging collaboration, partnerships, and social dialog with governments, citizens, communities, and stakeholders.