Transforming mining with technology

Innovation touches everything we do. It has made Anglo American safer, more productive, more cost-competitive and more accepted by our host communities.

Towards zero water

Canadian mining company Goldcorp is now pioneering a new approach that aims to dramatically reduce the use of water in its operations.

The future of sustainable mining

For Anglo American, local communities are absolutely critical. If you cannot work with them, they threaten the viability of the business. You have to give them something that is worthwhile and long-lasting.

Q&A: Newmont Mining Corporation

Elaine Dorward-King, Executive Vice President, Sustainability and External Relations: "We are leaders because we strongly believe that transparency is hugely important to the industry."

Mining leaders reap rewards of long-term vision

For those mining companies that continued to invest in innovation, sustainability and community relations despite the apparent end of the commodity supercycle, 2016 was a year of vindication.

Sci Fi deep sea mining

Just as Jules Verne’s famous fictional submarine ventured 20,000 leagues under the sea, its modern-day namesake, deep-sea miner Nautilus Minerals, is carving out a new niche in the extraction business.

Mining breaks new ground

In the face of an extended slump in prices for metals and minerals, the largest mining companies are maintaining their investments supporting the communities affected by their operations.

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