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IGF-ASEAN study exploring opportunities arising from rising demand for critical minerals and metals to fuel the energy and digital transitions.
We sat down with key experts across the region and reviewed the latest literature to determine how we take natural infrastructure from novel to normal on Canada's Prairies.
This report explores the role that voluntary sustainability standards (VSSs) can play in helping governments advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and better track and report on their progress toward achieving them.
This guide provides policy-makers in developing countries with a simple framework to understand how the 15% global minimum corporate tax may affect them and how to adapt domestic tax policy in response.
This report describes how road authorities can expand traditional cost-benefit analysis for road betterment projects.
Report outlining an event focused on how diverse stakeholders can support gender impact assessments for mining.
Assessing whether digitizing the equity or debt financing used for infrastructure projects using blockchain provides enough benefits to justify the use of this technology.
Uncovering the gender-disaggregated employment profile for large-scale mining, focusing on women and their occupations in 12 countries.
This economic valuation highlights the benefits of restoring wetland ecosystems in La Mojana, Colombia, for flood protection and sustainable development.
Outlining how metals are produced and are associated together in mineral deposits, focusing on critical minerals for the energy transition.