ICMM is a CEO-led industry group that addresses key priorities and emerging issues within the sector. It seeks to play a leading role by promoting good practice and improved performance internationally and across different commodities.
ICMM provides a platform for industry and other key stakeholders to share challenges and develop solutions based on sound science and the principles of sustainable development. Its vision is for a respected mining and metals industry that is widely recognized as essential for society and as a key contributor to sustainable development.
ICMM's mission is two-fold - to distinguish its members as industry leaders and to make a contribution to raising standards across the industry as a whole.
To be an ICMM member, a company must build trust and respect with key stakeholders as a result of good performance in sustainable development, including clear and comprehensive approaches to reporting and assurance.
ICMM is delighted to welcome Codelco – Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile – as its latest member company. Diego Hernández took part in his first meeting of ICMM’s Council of CEOs in London today.
“We are pleased to have Codelco aboard as an ICMM member,” said Marius Kloppers, CEO of B...
Smarter product designs and better waste management schemes could help boost metals recycling around the world, according to a new UNEP report presented this morning at the London Metal Exchange and this afternoon in Brussels as part of the Green Week Conference 2011....
ICMM is pleased to welcome two new companies "“ AREVA and Hydro "“ as its latest members. Their respective chief executives, Anne Lauvergeon and Svein Richard BrandtzÃ¦g, were welcomed at the latest meeting of ICMM's Council of CEOs in Barcelona today.
Transparency in the mining and metals sector is on the rise, according to new figures released by the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
A growing number of ICMM member companies are disclosi...
ICMM has reiterated its support for the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) at the fifth global conference in Paris today.
Over the last two years significant advances have been made by the many partners in the EITI process, whi...
Top mining executives and policy makers came together to promote social responsibility at a multi-stakeholder session organized by ICMM at the Mining Indaba, yesterday.
Representatives from civil society, non-governmental organizations and the i...
Social responsibility must be integrated into corporate DNA, said top mining CEOs at the first ever CSR panel to be held during the main program at the Mining Indaba, yesterday.
Three leading CEOs joined the Head of Conservation International in...
The London-based International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has announced that John Drexhage of the Canada-based International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will join ICMM as Director - Climate Change.
Mr. Drexhage, who has...
ICMM is pleased to present its 2009 Annual Review "“ Making a difference, which is the first review since ICMM underwent a strategic review of its goals and work plan in 2009.
This has resulted in a n...
The Honourable Minister Alhaji Collins Dauda, Minister for Land and Natural Resources "“ Ghana, and Mark Cutifani, CEO of AngloGold Ashanti, jointly launched today a new initiative at the INDABA Mining Convention in Cape Town, South Africa.