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    Five common challenges facing the mining industry. The mining industry comes with its fair share of challenges; from scarce resources to uncertainty around commodity prices, miners are always looking at ways to overcome barriers to stay competitive. Below we explore 5 challenges currently facing the industry. 1. Access to Energy

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    01.02.2013  The current turbulence in the mining industry in South Africa has its roots in several different factors. First, the fall in global demand for platinum and other minerals due to recession; second, the consequences of the Marikana disaster in destabilising labour relations; and third, the structural character of our mining industry. A great deal has been written about the first two factors, so ...

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    Urban, suburban and rural communities in the U.S. face a host of problems today. Some are common across community types, while others are tied to the unique nature of life in these different areas. In some cases, such as drug addiction and jobs, views about the severity of local problems are more strongly linked to race and socio-economic status than they are to the type of community one lives ...

  • Environment, Rural Development and Natural Resources

    Environment, Rural Development and Natural Resources is one of the focus areas identified by the South African Human Rights Commission in order to effectively fulfil its mandate of promoting, protecting and monitoring the realisation of human rights in South Africa. Millions of people live in South Africa’s peripheral areas. The word “periphery” aptly captures the geographic, economic ...

  • Section 5. Analyzing Community Problems

    Example, A community problem. The downtown area of a community is declining. Stores are closing, and moving out; no new stores are moving in. We want to revitalize that downtown. How should we do it? Our thinking here is simple: We'd be better off analyzing why that decline is taking place, why the problem is occurring, rather than simply jumping in and trying to fix it. A good analysis will ...

  • CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES

    CHAPTER 9 LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND MINES 198 Sustainable Development at the Community Level 200 Gains and Losses at the Local Level 201 An Economic Perspective 202 A Social Perspective 206 A Cultural and Political Perspective 207 An Environmental Perspective 208 Maximizing Mining’s Contribution to Communities 209 Revenue Distribution and Use 212 Gender Disparities 213

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  • Bench Marks Foundation – Discussion Document Mining and ...

    Bench Marks Foundation – Discussion Document Mining and Community Engagement Principles Introduction The impact of a mine’s activities spans decades if not centuries. South Africa is a very good example of how mines have influenced the economic, environmental and social aspects of our country. Even though mining has placed South Africa on the global economic map, the reality is that often ...

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  • The social and economic impacts of gold mining

    The social and economic impacts of gold mining 70 % of total expenditures by gold mining companies are on payments to suppliers, contractors and employees.

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  • Five of the world′s biggest environmental problems ...

    These five megatrends present major global threats for planet Earth — problems that must be solved if the world is to remain a supportive habitat for humans and other species. DW looks at causes ...

  • The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse

    The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse Kwesi Amponsah-Tawiah, PhD University of Ghana Business School Department of Organisation Human Resource Management P.O. Box LG 78, Legon, Accra – Ghana, West Africa Email: [email protected] Telephone: 00233546238672 Kwasi Dartey-Baah, PhD University of Ghana Business School Department of Organisation Human

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  • The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse

    The Mining Industry in Ghana: A Blessing or a Curse Kwesi Amponsah-Tawiah, PhD University of Ghana Business School Department of Organisation Human Resource Management P.O. Box LG 78, Legon, Accra – Ghana, West Africa Email: [email protected] Telephone: 00233546238672 Kwasi Dartey-Baah, PhD University of Ghana Business School Department of Organisation Human

  • What are some of the challenges of Rural and Small Town ...

    What are some of the challenges facing Rural and Small Town America? The Changing Face of Rural Small Town America • Changing demographics –growing Hispanic population –aging population –outflow of young adults--inflow of older adults, birth rates declining • Health issues –Obesity above national rates for all age groups –rural kids less likely to walk to school –Populace is v

  • Mining and your Community: Know your Environmental Rights

    faced with mining in their community. Although mining companies promise jobs and development, it is fairly unusual for a community that is affected by the mining, to see these benefits. One of the challenges communities face is a lack of information about their rights and the law that applies to mining. Mining law and governance is complex ...

  • A Practical Guide for Mining-Affected Communities

    MAC Mining-Affected Communities ... these problems: • Grazing land may be taken by the mine; • Water in the rivers and boreholes may become polluted; • If the water is polluted, wildlife and fish may be poisoned; • Dust and smoke from the mine may pollute the air; and • People or animals could be in danger of falling into the open pits and shafts in the ground. This guide seeks to ...

  • Essay on Tribal Problems in India - World’s Largest ...

    Essay on Tribal Problems in India – The tribals of India are faced with a number of problems among which the following maw noted. 1. The Problem of Geographic Separation: Thetribals of India are in a way geographically separated from the rest of population. Someol them are living in the unapproachable physical areas such as deep valleys ...

  • (PDF) Key Challenges Facing The Mining And Minerals

    PDF On Jan 1, 2004, Daniel Limpitlaw published Key Challenges Facing The Mining And Minerals Sector In South Africa Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

  • Solutions to Mining Industry Risk Challenges - Marsh

    Solutions to Mining Industry Risk Challenges Mining companies have an impressive track record for delivering continuous improvements in safety and risk governance standards. We have no doubt that the professionalism and expertise present within the industry will ensure that any new and emerging risk challenges are dealt with in an equally determined fashion. Insurers have recognized the ...

  • Unit B1m - Problems in the Mountain Environment ...

    Mining is the most significant economic activity in some mountain areas with important mineral resources, and it is inevitably accompanied by serious environmental problems. These include the disposal of mine wastes, tailings and processing wastes, erosion problems and the pollution of rivers in mined areas, loss of natural habitat, and the abandonment of unusable wastelands once the mining ...

  • Expectation of communities in mining areas can be

    High expectation for direct employment for indigenes within mining communities can be managed to promote peaceful co-existence between mining firms and its communities, Mr. Sulemanu Koney, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines, has said. He said: “If mining communities understand the unique nature of the industry, the expectation can be minimized at

  • Major Problems Facing Ghana Today - AFRICA AND THE

    Ghana has a total land area of about 238,53 squared kilometers (about 11,000sq.km covered by water) with about 539km of coastline. Just about 20.7% of Ghana's total land area remains arable (land good for farming). Ghana has an "estimated" population of 29.4 million people with the population growth rate around 2.2%. About 55% of Ghana's population lives in urban areas in major cities and ...

  • Mining with communities Request PDF

    Moreover, because mining communities or communities near mines tend to be relatively small and in remote areas of many countries (Veiga, Scoble, McAllister, 2001), and because water is so ...

  • Three main challenges facing the mining sector in

    There are three main challenges facing the Namibian mining sector: insufficient rail services, water shortages and the introduction of policies that could stunt investment. Chamber of Mines of Namibia CEO Veston Malango tells Mining Weekly that these challenges will be key topics of discussion at the chamber’s sixth annual Namibian Mining Expo and Conference, taking

  • How to ensure communities living near mining activities ...

    Communities are often fragmented and subject to the problem of self-appointed gatekeepers. To overcome this challenge MD360° is developing an open data collaborative platform to analyse mining ...

  • The top challenges facing mining businesses in 2018

    Mining companies have spent the past decade investing millions in sustainability and community initiatives to garner a ‘social licence to operate’ in their strategic locations. But 2018 will require operators to change the way in which they go about achieving a social licence to operate. Rather than the reactive and compensatory approach that has characterised the industry to date ...

  • Bogumil Terminski MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND ...

    Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement, published in 2002 by professor Theodore E. Downing.3 Another equally important book concerning this issue is the report, Dirty Materials: Mining, communities and environment, prepared in 2004 by Oxfam America Earthworks.4 My

  • MINING AND QUARRYING

    community around the mines. zIntroduction of Karnataka Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1994 which stipulates strict conditions for regulating mining of minor minerals and quarrying and provide for rehabilitation of mined areas. zInitiation of environmental impact assessment study by the Department of Mines and Geology in limestone and granite quarry belts z Karnataka State Remote Sensing ...

  • Environmental Risks of Mining

    Additional Environmental Problems with Mining: ... Mining is an inherently invasive process that can cause damage to a landscape in an area much larger than the mining site itself. The effects of this damage can continue years after a mine has shut down, including the addition to greenhouse gasses, death of flora and fauna, and erosion of land and habitat. An example of the scarred land of a ...

  • Situation of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines ...

    Indigenous Peoples and Mining– Medium and large-scale corporate mining and conflicting laws governing natural resources continue to be major problems that indigenous peoples face in their communities. The free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) process is being manipulated in favor of mining corporations. The presence of military personnel ...

  • 30 Examples of Business Problems - Simplicable

    Business problems are current or long term challenges and issues faced by a business. These may prevent a business from executing strategy and achieving goals. In some cases, business problems also threaten the long term survival of a firm. The following are illustrative examples of business problems. Financial Financial issues such as an inability to refinance debt due to tight credit ...

  • Coltan mining and ethics - Wikipedia

    Coltan is the colloquial name for the mineral columbite-tantalum ("col-tan"); it is sometimes incorrectly used as shorthand for tantalite, a metallic ore from which the very similar elements niobium, also known as columbium, and tantalum are extracted. In the early 21st century coltan mining was associated with human rights violations such as child labour, systematic exploitation of the ...

  • Mining industry and sustainable development: time for ...

    Mining regions are now often located in remote areas of north of Canada and Australia, and in developing countries in South America, Asia, and Africa, often with less stringent mining laws and weaker environmental regulations (Miranda et al. 1998; World Bank, 2002, 2017a). Mining impacts, including waste streams and social impacts, were, therefore, generally transferred from developed and ...

  • Mining, Regulatory Failure, and Human Rights in India

    Human Rights Watch believes that the most straightforward way India’s government can make progress in protecting mining-affected communities against damage to their health, water and other basic ...

  • (PDF) Key Challenges Facing The Mining And Minerals

    PDF On Jan 1, 2004, Daniel Limpitlaw published Key Challenges Facing The Mining And Minerals Sector In South Africa Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

  • Problems of Rural Life - GitHub Pages

    Describe two problems of rural life in the United States. About one-fourth of the US population and more than 40 percent of the world population live in rural areas. As the previous section demonstrated, a dual view of cities exists: they have many advantages, but they also have many disadvantages. This dual view also applies to rural areas, but it does so in a sort of mirror image: The ...

  • RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN ASSESSMENT

    RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN ASSESSMENT ENYI JOHN EGBE, Ph.D Department Of Political Science, Benue State University, Makurdi Abstract The paper examines rural or community development in Nigeria with emphasis on the institutions, agencies, policies and strategies employed to bring about the much needed rural development in the country. It goes further to assess

  • Environmental Problems of Modern Cities Owlcation

    Environmental problems in urban areas are growing especially in cities in developing countries. Of greatest concern are the state of air quality, noise, and congestion. In cities of economically developed countries, the environmental problems related to industrial production, lodging, and basic infrastructure are reduced, however, the problems of consumption (increasing waste) and traffic ...

  • Environmental Problems faced by Rural Areas

    Some environmental problems faced by rural peoples are outlined below: 1. Poor sanitation: Because of the illiteracy and poverty of the people in rural area, they do not know the importance of sanitation and hygiene. Such an ignorance causes environmental pollution leading to the break out of a number of epidemics like cholera, typhoid etc. 2. Conversion of Farm land to housing land: To ...

  • Problems in the Small Islands Environment - GDRC

    Mining is the most significant economic activity for a number of island countries, and it is inevitably accompanied by serious environmental problems. These include the disposal of mine wastes, tailings and processing wastes, erosion problems and the pollution of rivers in mined areas, loss of natural habitat or of land with agricultural potential, and the abandonment of unusable wastelands ...

  • Top Ten Issues Facing the National Parks -- National ...

    Wildlife Management No park exists in isolation, and that fact is becoming increasingly clear as the areas surrounding parks are developed for living space, agriculture, mining, forestry, and more.

  • Rural areas in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa ...

    Hlankomo and Mdeni are examples of rural areas in SA that continue to be poorly developed, with the majority of people lacking access to safe drinking water and sanitation. Most inhabitants do not have electricity and are still using candles, indicating that rural development is not taking place. Hlankomo epitomises “the marginalisation of Black rural communities in the Eastern Cape Province ...

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