African Sustainable Extractives Summit 2016 will lead conversations on reducing operational risks through social and environmental performance in the extractive sector. Discussions will range from water risk management, human rights and labour issues, community investments, measuring and reporting of social investment to other topics around sustainability in the extractives sector.
The summit will bring together different stakeholders representing the government, sustainability departments, chambers of mines, oil and gas associations, ministries of energy and minerals, legal and regulatory affairs, environment and community relations, suppliers, fund managers and consultants.
Over 200 delegates from different African regions will be hosted including South Africa, Nigeria, Zambia, Angola, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Mozambique, just to mention a few.
Sustainability leaders in the extractives industry will be addressing key challenges and share good practice experiences from industry peers. The summit is also set to equip participants with tools and practical frameworks for improving sustainable business practices, managing risk, measuring performances, and approaching creating and leveraging partnerships.
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Date: October 13 – 14, 2016
Venue: Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania