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Environmental Stewardship Is Central to Our Business

Jun 1, 2020

Our management approach to environmental stewardship and the details of our performance are updated each year in our Sustainability Report: Beyond the Mine. 
We understand the impact our activities can have on the environment; our Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement Policy and environmental standards are designed to protect the environment and prevent – or otherwise minimize, mitigate and remediate – those impacts.
Partnerships with experts, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), regulators and communities also help inform our management systems to ensure they are implemented consistently and are effective at protecting our environment.
Our environmental stewardship policies and programs set standards of excellence with regard to a number of matters, including the items listed below.
Environmental Responsibility
  • Closure & Reclamation Management
  • Water & Effluent Management
  • Waste & Chemical Management
  • Biodiversity Management
  • Energy & Climate Change Management
  • Air & View Management
Newmont's Tailings
Learn more about Newmont's approach to tailings management.
Preventing Tailings Dam Failures
Learn more about Newmont's approach to tailings management.
Biodiversity Case Study
Sharing lessons learned on no net loss approach to biodiversity.


Source: https://www.newmont.com/sustainability/environmental-responsibility/default.aspx

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