Consider stakeholders in the planning of operations.
Assess in advance the potential negative and beneficial effects of our operations and operational changes on the environment.
Plan according to the potential closure of the site by integrating the principles of biodiversity conservation and eco-efficiency as well as the latest scientific and technological developments.
Minimize negative impacts on the environment and impacts on biodiversity.
Properly manage our compliance obligations and environmental opportunities and risks.
Meet the commitments of our environmental policy and achieve our environmental objectives.
Be prepared to respond to different types of emergencies that may endanger humans, the environment and biodiversity.
Monitor, measure, analyze and evaluate our environmental performance as well as respect our compliance obligations.
Assess the relevance, adequacy and effectiveness of our management system.
Advocacy towards the respect of our environmental values
Allocate the physical and financial resources needed to achieve the expected results of our environmental policy.
Promote the importance of efficient environmental management.
Feed, project and transmit a culture of excellence in environmental and social responsibility.
Understand our environmental obligations and responsibilities and the potential impacts of our activities on the environment, biodiversity and the community.
Identify and implement proactive measures to protect the environment.
Where there is a risk of serious harm to the environment, the lack of scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing the adoption of efficient measures to prevent environmental degradation.
Consider the environmental aspects, risks, opportunities and compliance obligations in our business processes.
Ensure that subcontractors working on our sites comply with our environmental commitments and other applicable standards.
Encourage our customers, partners and suppliers of products and services to adopt practices comparable to ours in their business processes.
Internalize the costs of management and environmental restoration at all stages of the life cycle of our operations.
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Respect for local communities
Align our efforts according to their specific challenges.
Have a concerted vision of the development and sustainability of our activities.
Integrate the conversation of biodiversity and the maintenance of natural processes into our business practices in order to preserve the quality of life of the communities.
Facilitate exchanges and help to understand our respective realities.
Develop and implement environmental restoration initiatives together.
Protect cultural heritage and promote the sustainability of our projects.
Share our environmental performance results with interested parties.
Involve communities in the development of our environmental performance goals.
Reduce our emissions in air, water and soil.
Reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to the fight against climate change.
Reduce the generation of residual materials.
Conduct efficient and responsible water management.
Safely manage the storage of tailings and waste rock according to the highest standards of the industry.
Minimize the use of energy and natural resources.
Apply the 3R-V principles: reduce, reuse, recycle and value.
Include this ideology in planning our business practices throughout the life cycle of the operation.
Promote and encourage research opportunities and environmental technological advances.