Activities

There is little participation of women in the Peruvian mining sector

According to the study "Role of the company in the practice of social management in the Peruvian mining industry", carried out at the CEMS and presented at the PERUMIN 33 Mining Convention Mining Business Summit, only 35% of mining companies have extension and training programs for women, while 46% have women working in specific processes. The study was conducted on the basis of 26 mining companies of the National Society of Mining, Petroleum and Energy (SNMPE).​

CEMS and SNMPE presented success stories in mining environmental management

Three Sustainable Development Award-winning cases were presented at a seminar organized by the Center for Mining and Sustainability Studies (CEMS) and the National Society of Mining, Petroleum and Energy (SNMPE) on Thursday, June 1, 2017. The Milpo water management project; the promotion of the formalization of Poderosa artisanal mining; and the unconventional revegetation practices of the Constancia de Hudbay mine closure were discussed.

David Brereton visited the CEMS

David Brereton, world renowned for having turned the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) into a global research leader in the sector, was a visiting researcher at the Center for Mining and Sustainability Studies (CEMS) between February and July 2017. His activities focused on a fruitful exchange of experiences on the institutional and research projection of the CEMS, including the identification of strategic alliances with public, private and civil actors worldwide.​

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