Governments have an important role to play to ensure that exploration and mining are carried out in a way that is environmentally and socially responsible. Here’s three things they can do.
Accountable Mining – feature
Screening the beneficial owners and integrity of companies applying for extractive rights is key to tackling corruption in the oil, gas and mining sectors.
A number of our key national reports on corruption risks in the mining awards process are now available in English.
Five commitments governments could make to address the challenge of corruption in the extractive sector and energy transition.
Our latest research examines the current and future impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on corruption risks in the licensing and permitting of large-scale mining projects, and outlines seven intersecting themes that characterise the changed landscape for corruption risk.
To prevent corruption in the process of granting mining licences, permits and contracts, you first need to understand and identify the corruption risks. Transparency International’s Accountable Mining Programme developed a custom tool to help you do just this.
Decisions made about whether or not a mining project goes ahead affect people’s live – and women are often disproportionately affected by corruption.
When Rio Tinto destroyed an ancient Aboriginal site in Western Australia, it made headlines around the world. Will the promised changes now be enough?
The process of awarding mining licences can be complex and complicated. These maps help users understand the process.