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Erdene seeks to build constructive working relations with stakeholders, including individuals and groups that invest in the Company, are impacted by the Company and regulate the Company’s operations.
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Erdene’s approach to community relations is based on:
Erdene identifies local socio-economic needs through initial scoping studies, baseline assessments and potential impact evaluations. As with environmental impact studies, socio-economic research is updated periodically throughout a given mineral project.
Erdene commits to investing a portion of the resources it allocates to each minerals project into local community development initiatives. These “community investments” help Erdene fulfill its voluntary commitment to good corporate citizenship and earn its social license to operate.
Erdene’s community investments seek to build the capacity of local stakeholders and institutions in the areas of education, health, livelihoods and the environment. The purpose of Erdene’s involvement in each of these areas is:
For further information about Erdene’s community investments, click here.
Erdene values cultural heritage and requires the strict protection of any local cultural sites potentially impacted by its business operations. For further information about Erdene’s efforts to protect cultural heritage, click here.