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Experts say mining companies need to step into the 21st century to take LGBT worker issues seriously.
Why one U.S. Senator reached across the aisle in an effort to make industry payments to countries abroad more open.
Using common sense to find common ground with communities near mines is what Luc Zandvliet does best.
In 2014, Teck’s Red Dog Mine and NANA Regional Corporation marked the 25th anniversary of the opening of Red Dog.
A U.S. law has unintended consequences for miners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
U.S. pledged $3 billion to help poorer countries deal with climate change while Senate votes on Keystone XL pipeline.
Teck buys over 7,000 hectares of private land, one of the largest private-sector investments in British Columbia's conservation.
OPINION: To get the right answers, you need to ask the right questions - especially when it comes to tax transparency.
OPINION: Canada could require extractive companies to disclose payments to governments, but the struggle isn't over yet.
A leaked court filing reveals how one company secretly gave money to a nonprofit that helped get mining legislation passed.
Barely two years after a new future appeared within sight, Burma is in danger of losing its way again.
Requested exemption from new water rules doesn’t reflect company marketing, activist group says.
Extractive companies and non-profits are talking about their issues to make sure local communities benefit.