VISION

By 2030, we imagine the mining industry as a world-class contributor to the UN SDG Goals. ​

MISSION

Accelerate innovation in mining by building collaborations between female entrepreneurs and mining companies. ​

HOW

Via scalable and sustainable procurement programs between female entrepreneurs and mining organizations.

Photographs are courtesy of Artemis Project Members

Meet the Female Entrepreneurs Contributing to Innovation, Diversity and Sustainability.

INNOVATION

“New innovative technologies await early adopters that are committed to ESG and offer the opportunity to transition to safe and environmentally friendly mining. It is possible to turn mining waste into value and enable new revenue streams. Mining can directly contribute to improving the environment and enhancing partnerships with local communities, thanks to innovation!”

Darina  Štyriaková
CEO ekolive

SUSTAINABILITY

“Transformation of any kind needs to be intentional in order to be successful.  A calculated approach to change is the only sustainable form of change” 

Aymen Dewji
Managing Partner ShiftRight

 DIVERSITY 

“Now is the time for the mining industry to recognize the opportunity and act upon the benefits from creating a diverse and inclusive workspace. Attracting top talent requires a welcoming environment for women and diversity candidates whose contributions are fully valued and their talents recognized. Creating an inclusive organization only happens with the commitment of all leaders throughout the organization to make the necessary change.” 

Clare Beckton
Founder, Own Your Own Success

Artwork courtesy of Flow Partners, creator Shahriar Zand

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We are grateful to these nations for sharing their land with us. We acknowledge the many injustices and pain suffered by all first nations people both historically and present day. We recognize that there is much work to be done to correct these egregious wrongs before genuine reconciliation is possible.