Book Description The chapters in this book offer concrete examples from all over the world to show how community livelihoods in mineral-rich tracts can be more sustainable by fully integrating gender concerns into all aspects of the relationship between mining practices and mine affected communiti...

comparable and utilized in characterizing the path of un sustainable development In terms of size effects they are rankable to set the order of priorities in social and environmental management planning Key words Absolute and relative fit index, DPSIR, Path coefficient analysis, Rat-hole coal mining, Sustainable Livelihood approach ....

PDF On Mar 1, 2011, Bolormaa Purevjav and others published Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods in Mongolia...

Mapping Mining to the Sustainable Development Goals An Atlas This Atlas maps the relationship between mining and the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs by using examples of good practice in the industry and existing knowledge and resources in sustainable development that if replicated or scaled up could make useful contributions to the SDGs...

Jul 17, 2017 0183 32 Large mining companies and fair trade certification agencies can adopt policies to promote sustainable mining and labor practices, and can afford the certification process Small miners and dealers complain that such certification measures are too costly and are often used as an excuse to muscle them out...

Livelihood Dynamism in Mining Region of Odisha, India Minati Sahoo 1, Dharmabrata Mohapatra2 and Dukhabandhu Sahoo3 , population and ensure them sustainable livelihood? Mining can be a positive force for the development of regions endowed with rich mineral deposits 1-3 It not only creates direct and indirect...

The aim of the Consortium is to i better understand how mining and resettlement risks are being managed by the industry, ii identify strategies for improving livelihood outcomes for people affected by mining and resettlement, iii conduct applied research that informs future policy and practice, iv contribute to debates about social due ....

1 THE ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING SECTOR SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS1 M Hoadley1 and D Limpitlaw1 1 School of Mining Engineering, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, hoadley egoliminwitsacza ABSTRACT The activities of the artisanal and small-scale mining ASM sector are largely poverty driven, and there is a...

Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods 1 Mining, resettlement and lost livelihoods Listening to the voices of resettled , particularly Fitsum Weldegiorgis Finally, thanks to Professor David Brereton at the Sustainable Minerals Institute, and representing the International Mining for Development Centre IM4DC , for his research counsel and ....

Sustainable livelihood Alternative Livelihood Opportunities Project ALOP Our mining unit in Chitradurga district of Karnataka state has created lot of employment opportunities directly and indirectly for the villagers in the cluster However, majority people belong to the lower strata of the society and are dependent on farming...

This kind of impact is hardly envisaged during the negotiation process for compensation and resettlement, and this supports the literature that dispossession due to mineral extraction undermines the potential contribution of mining to sustainable livelihood outcomes for people in host communities Andrews, 2018 Cobbinah and Amoako, 2018 424...

create and implement a range of sustainable livelihood projects in the seven villages that surround the North Mara mine in Tanzania Artisanal Mining Project NMGML has initiated a program to assist members of the communities that surround the North Mara mine who depend for their livelihoods on artisanal and small-scale mining ASM...

Poverty Eradication Sustainable Livelihoods Focusing on Artisanal Mining Communities 1 BACKGROUND 11 Introduction In December 2001 the UNDP-ESA invited MIME Consult Ltd, as a National Contractor, to under-take a study intoPoverty Eradication and Sustainable Livelihoods Focusing on Artisanal Mining Communiti The contract for the ....

Indigenous employment in nickel mining A global perspective on Indigenous job access and labour practices in Canada and New Caledonia Recent research in the MinErAl network has investigated the implications of mining development for Indigenous livelihoods by examining the relationship between Indigenous employment and industrial, Read more...

Focusing on social analysis, Horsley et al 17 published their framework for sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional development in mining economies, and on the same page Suopajarvi ....

The combined attention to gender and sustainable livelihoods of this volume signals an important turning point, not only for mining industry scholarship, but also hopefully for minerals development policy We now know that mining companies can attend to gender ,...

Get this from a library Gendering the field towards sustainable livelihoods for mining communiti Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt -- The chapters in this book offer concrete examples from all over the world to show how community livelihoods in mineral-rich tracts can be more sustainable ,...

mining is ultimately missing from the discussion, specifically, how sand mining impacts livelihoods, particularly for those not directly involved Part 3 will discuss methodology for conducting a livelihood analysis and the concept of a sustainable livelihood This provides an...

Poverty Eradication Sustainable Livelihoods Focusing on Artisanal Mining Communities It was felt that the application of the sustainable livelihood approach SLA , particularly its focus on strengthening the macro-micro linkages and programme harmonization could bring progress to the sector 3 OVERVIEW OF PROJECT ACTIVITIES 31 COUNTRY ....

The study determines the effects of mining on rural livelihoods, adopted strategies and the role of stakeholder and regulatory institutions The study achieves this by investigating the status of key rural livelihood indicators, what influence the choice of livelihood strategies in mining communities and the assessment of institutional performance...

of sustainable livelihoods is a composite of many ideas and interests, the coming together of a number of different strands in the development debate The important thing to recognise about the term is that it is always subject to negotiation Thus contradictions and trade-offs between different elements of the...

Sustainable mining Getting Resettlement Right Companies have learnt from past mistakes, and there was , Livelihood restoration post-resettlement is now a focus and the most challenging issue for compani It is a long-term process, often taking several years, but requiring adequate...

Jun 10, 2019 0183 32 In order to enhance the understanding of the dynamics, challenges, and opportunities in the focus areas outlined above, UNU-WIDER together with the UI invite proposals from qualified researchers under the three research themes, particularly in the following areas sustainable livelihoods, industrialization, and domestic resource mobilization...

11 Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Gender and Sustainable Livelihoods in Mongolia Bolormaa Purevjav Introduction The practice of artisanal and small-scale mining ASM has grown considerably in Mongolia since the country transitioned from a socialist state to a market-based economy with a heavy reliance on mining and resource extraction Calls...

world could depend on small-scale mining for some aspects of their livelihoods Small-scale mining can be extremely environmentally damaging and often has serious health and safety consequences for workers and surrounding communiti This is generally due to poor practices in mining ,...

Since mining deals with depletable resources and also compete with other land use activities in communities, it is important that Sustainable Livelihood Projects SLPs are developed to equip inhabitants of mining communities with skills to improve upon their economic lives independent of mining...

The problem of sustainability of local traditional livelihoods is examined in the light of economic theories of sustainability eg weak and strong sustainability and sustainable livelihood approach SLA The results show that rural households in the mining area experience both positive and negative outcomes from the coal mining activiti...

The impacts of artisanal gold mining on local livelihoods and the environment in the forested areas of Cameroon Working Paper 150 Bogor, Indonesia CIFOR Cover photo by Deni Rodendo , requirements of the self and his/her household on a sustainable basis with dignity Lode mining A lode is any mineral deposit that is embedded in hard rock ....

Jul 10, 2017 0183 32 The purpose of this paper is to assess the impact of artisanal small-scale mining ASM on sustainable livelihoods in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality of Ghana The study seeks to answer the following questions what is the impact of ASM on livelihoods in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality? What measures could be put in place to ensure the sustainability of livelihoods in the municipality?,A case ....

To get an overview of the different visits made during this doctoral school, consult the blogs of Dag Avango, Arn Keeling and Christian Fohringer This doctoral seminar was organized by the MinErAL network in collaboration with the REXSAC network, a Nordic Fennoscandian centre of excellence funded by NordForsk on resource extraction and sustainable Arctic communiti...