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Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) refers to the three central factors in measuring the sustainability and societal impact of an investment in a company or business. Analysis of these criteria is thought by some to help to better determine the future financial performance of companies (return and risk).

The AMECA Mining believes maintaining the industry’s highest ESG standards confers several competitive advantages:

  • Gaining favour of both direct and indirect customers who recognize that their whole supply chain will increasingly come under greater scrutiny from customers, governments, and investors. While weak ESG partners will be a problem, examples of high net benefit ESG stories within their supply chain can have high marketing value to a customer in creating a brand and/or differentiating a product

  • Building a reserve of goodwill with local partners and governments in the event of disagreement

  • Reducing the chances of disagreement or crisis (environmental or worker unrest) that could disrupt operations. This in turn allows for more predictable output/production – which is valued by customers

  • Improving employee motivation, attraction, and retention

  • Satisfying increasing strong investor preference and qualification for ESG exclusive investment funds and/or green bonds

  • Driving for environmentally best of class practices can uncover new processes and technological applications that can lead to efficiencies

  • Allowing management to sleep better at night knowing their personal legacy will not be tarnished by short-term compromise

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