Trying to stay ahead of mining’s fast-changing ESG reporting landscape is a tough ask. Doing so as a small mining tech enterprise in a public vehicle might just be akin to the task of climbing the mountain K2fly is named after.
By his own admission, “all of us are struggling to keep up”, says K2fly CEO Nic Pollock of the shifts in investor and community expectations shaping the way mining companies report on core traditional value drivers – resources, reserves and project assessments – and account for potential new value destroyers in tailings facilities, heritage and nature sites, carbon emissions and workforce and community safety.
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