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Regulatory Continuous Improvement: Lessons from British Columbia’s new statutory audit function’s application to mine tailings facilities

This IGF case study describes a new audit function to evaluate the effectiveness of the mining regulatory framework in British Columbia.

Achieving a Successful Post-Mining Transition with Renewable Energy

This case study explores two examples where former mine sites were transformed into spaces to produce renewable energy in Canada and Germany.

Impact of New Mining Technologies on Local Procurement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

This case study of DRC considers what the new technologies coming down the pipeline in the mining sector will mean for local suppliers to mining operations and how the government can enhance their opportunities.

Impact of New Mining Technologies on Large-Scale and Artisanal Mining in Burkina Faso

This case study of Burkina Faso considers what the new technologies coming down the pipeline in the mining sector will mean for labour force and productivity in both the large-scale and artisanal mining in that country.

Mine Waste Management: Case studies from Ghana and Canada

Mining typically involves moving and processing large amounts of materials to extract the target commodity. This excess material is known as mine waste. These case studies show how governments in Ghana, Africa, and the Province of British Columbia, C ...