A Sponsor Newsletter
Reimagining the Face of Mining
November 2021, Issue 5
Inspired and launched by Yamana Gold and Artemis Project
Artemis Project Partnership Group
Thank you for joining the movement, we look forward to creating a new era in mining with you.
Each Month The Arrow Profiles Six Artemis Project Member Companies
Meet this Month's Featured Member Companies
Ana Carolina Peuker
Language Advantage Inc.
Member Activities & Updates
Liz Freele (Sympact) interviews Scott Lowe (CEO) and Hendrik Kuit (Environmental Manager) of ArcelorMittal Liberia. In light of the recent Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) announcement, the conversation explores how biodiversity conservation can be a competitive advantage, and dive into the company’s Biodiversity Conservation Program in the Nimba Mountains.
Sinmi Adeoye-Esene, CEO of Daniola Corporation was recognized for the 2021 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards Ceremony.
Sinmi Ayeoye-Esene of Daniola Corporation released a new video highlighting their digital platform that supports supply chain transparency and ethical mining practices.
In celebration of National STEM day, Covergalls a leader in DE&I share their blog post outlining Canadian initiatives that address gender disparity in STEM.
Today decarbonization is a strategic objective in the global mining and metals sector. Watch Emily Thorn, CEO of Thorn and Associates and other subject matter experts discuss this crucial topic on the Decarbonization Leadership panel at the Canadian Mining Journal Suppliers Symposium on October 13th.
Aymen Dewji, CEO of ShiftRight lends her expertise and is a guest contributor for the “Finding the Courage to Be Bold” article published November 4th.
November 2021, Marie-Hélène Turgeon has been appointed to Torq Resources Inc. Board of Directors.
Key Topics in Mining
This Month’s Topic – The Circular Economy
Mining and Metals and the Circular Economy
Circular Economy Global Sector Best Practices Series:
The Circular Economy a Sustainable Future for Mining and the World
“We do know that through pushing for the circular economy, we are able to change lives. We can never underestimate the power of the social impact that you’re achieving through the circular economy.”
- Stacey Davidson, Executive Director, REDISA
June 27-28, 2022 in London, United Kingdom
International Conference on Circular Economy and Sustainability aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Circular Economy and Sustainability. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Circular Economy and Sustainability
Symposium “(Re)Mining extractive waste, a new business?”
May 17-18, 2022
The 2-day symposium “(Re)Mining extractive waste, a new business?” (May 17-18, 2022, Mechelen-Belgium) gathers leading experts in the field of mining and/or remining of extractive waste, with a focus on the tailings that arise during the mining and processing of sulphidic ores. The latest evolutions in the field, novel concepts and business cases will be presented, including case studies from both historical and active mining sites.
Circular Materials Virtual Conference.
April 21-22 2021, Chalmers, Gothenburg
The leading Nordic forum for industrial, scientific and commercial progress in circular use of materials