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This article presents findings of interviews with 16 managers in the minerals industry in Australia. It explores how these managers conceptualise social licence in relation to notions such as legitimacy, approval, and consent, how they interpret processes of social licence in practice, and how they differentiate it from concepts such as CSR.
This article attempts to understand how a social licence to operate in mining is granted and maintained, and it looks at the processes mining companies use to engage with local communities in a case study in Australia.
This article shows evidence that suggests that environmental impact assessments (EIA) are not achieving their purpose of influencing decision-making. The author argues EIA have an important place in decision-making due to their rational structure. EIA should be used for political purposes so it can regain a purpose in localized decision-making and development planning.
This book explains strategic environmental assessment (SEA) as a method of taking into consideration environmental and sustainability issues when making decisions with respect to a project. Although dated, this book shows important processes involved in the background and process of conducting SEA.
This 8-part video series tells the stories of the water protectors of Standing Rock, North Dakota in candid interviews with residents of the camp.
This Guidance Note is aimed at providing practical guidance to European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) specialists, consultants and clients on the processes and standards that should be applied and considered when planning and implementing projects that involve Indigenous Peoples. UNDRIP which requires States to consult with Indigenous Peoples to obtain their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) prior to the approval of any project affecting their lands and resources, is discussed.