Intelligence Series - Mining & Metals

How Mining in Latin America Stands to Benefit from Climate Change

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Intelligence Series Mining & Metals

The mining industry is under increasing scrutiny from civil society, investors and regulatory bodies due to its high greenhouse gas emissions and perceived environmental liabilities. However, the transition to a low-carbon world will require large amounts of metals and minerals and Latin America has a plentiful supply of the right resources.

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Table of contents

  • Introduction
  • Latin American Miners React to Climate Change
  • Minerals and Metals of the Future
  • The Future of Coal
  • Conclusion

Companies and projects related to this report

  • Compañía Minera Zaldívar SpA
  • Banco Mundial
  • BHP
  • BlackRock, Inc.
  • Rosebel Gold Mines N.V.
  • ICMM
  • Barrick Gold Corp.
  • Compañía Minera Doña Inés de Collahuasi SCM
  • The World Bank Group / Grupo del Banco Mundial
  • IAMGOLD Corp.
  • International Energy Agency
  • Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile
  • Anglo American plc
  • Comisión Chilena del Cobre
  • Antofagasta Minerals S.A.
  • Teck Resources Limited
  • Falconbridge Dominicana S.A.
  • Vale S.A.
  • Carbones del Cerrejón Ltd.
  • Empresa Generadora de Electricidad Haina S.A.
  • Sierra Metals Inc.
  • Glencore plc
  • Minera Antucoya Ltda.
  • Atlas Renewable Energy
  • Minera Escondida Ltda.
  • Rio Tinto Group
  • Wood Mackenzie Ltd.
  • Energy and water of the Pacific (ENAPAC)
  • Pampa de Pongo
  • Tía María
  • Yauricocha


Greta Bourke

Laura Superneau

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