“Institutional investors are increasingly viewing mining investments as impact investing if the firms are developing metals essential to crucial technology supply chains.
This is among the findings of a new study by Tresor Gold, a junior mining company focused on exploration and development projects in West Africa.”
[COMMENTARY] I’m in the camp that believes without a massive re-engagement of institutional funds into the mining sector and much greater support for it among indigenous communities and governments globally, we will come nowhere near the net-zero goal for 2050. Incidentally, we also know that investors below 50 years of age usually have comparatively negligible investments in the mining space. They have grown up with a deep aversion to mining. Yet, it must be noted that modern mining is making huge leaps in ESG and sustainability.
Mining for EVs viewed as positive environmental impact, by Staff, May 26, 2023, Freight News, South Africa.