Place au changement : misons sur des pratiques minières socialement responsables

Place au changement : misons sur des pratiques minières socialement responsables

Place au changement : misons sur des pratiques minières socialement responsables

Place au changement : misons sur des pratiques minières socialement responsables

Notre mission : habiliter les Premières Nations canadiennes à employer des pratiques minières innovantes qui :
  • Visent des retombés sociaux maximales
  • Réduisent l’empreinte environnementale
  • Misent sur le développement durable

 

L’exploration, l’exploitation minière, le traitement des ressources naturelles et le rétablissement des sites minés nécessitent une forte concentration sur le développement durable, sans oublier les facteurs économiques, environnementaux et socioculturels.

Malheureusement, la réputation de l’industrie minière au Canada a été ternie au fil des ans à la suite de l’emploi de pratiques minières négligeant ces aspects et l’engagement communautaire.

 

Dre. Rosemarie Khoun P. Géo est basée dans le nord de l’Ontario. Venez la rencontrer aux conférences suivantes :

 

  • AIMS 2018 —First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Allemagne. Du 23 au 24 mai 2018

KIOSQUE D’INFORMATION

 

  • Biohydromet 2018

Windhoek, Namibia. Du 12 au 14 juin 2018

 

  • Sustainable Minerals 2018

Windhoek, Namibia. Du 14 au 15 juin 2018

 

À titre d’agente de liaison entre l’industrie minière, les institutions de recherches ainsi que les communautés de Première Nation, Rosemarie propose une stratégie visant à améliorer les relations communautaires et (r) établir la confiance. Une stratégie de 6 mois à 3 ans sera planifiée, coordonnée et gérée dans cette optique.

 

En réponse à une entente de service, Rosemarie entreprendra un congé non payé de la fonction publique afin de se consacrer à votre projet. (Lien à propos)

 

Expérimentée dans un engagement communautaire significatif en tant que géoscientifique-conseil auprès de neuf Premières Nations dans le nord de l’Ontario, des ateliers communautaires, des formations et des visites de sites (à l’échelle internationale) seront organisés et dirigés. (Lien services)

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Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

ZEIT ZUM WANDEL:  Zusammenarbeit für einen gesellschaftlich verantwortlichen Bergbau

 

Unsere Mission:  Stärkung der kanadischen First Nation Gemeinden mittels innovativer Bergbau-Praktiken und -Techniken, die

+ den gesellschaftlichen Nutzen erhöhen

+ den ökologischen Fussabdruck minimieren

+ Schwerpunkte legen auf nachhaltige Entwicklung

 

Exploration, Abbau, Verarbeitung, Gewinnung von Rohstoffen und die Sanierung von Abbauflächen sowie Halden bedürfen einer starken Ausrichtung auf nachhaltigen Bergbau, unter Berücksichtigung gesellschaftlich-kultureller, wirtschaftlicher und umweltfreundlicher Aspekte.   Leider haben im Laufe der Jahre schlechte Abbaupraktiken, ohne vernünftige vorherige Einbindung der örtlichen Bevölkerung, den Ruf der Bergbauindustrie in Kanada erheblich beschädigt.

Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. hat seinen Sitz in Norden Ontarios und wir freuen uns darauf, Sie bei folgenden Konferenzen zu treffen:

 

  • AIMS 2018 – First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Deutschland, 23-24. Mai 2018

 

BITTE BESUCHEN SIE UNSEREN AUSSTELLUNGSSTAND

 

  • BIOHYDROMET 18

Windhoek, Namibia, 12-14. Juni 2018

 

  • SUSTAINABLE MINERALS 18

Windhoek, Namibia, 14-15. Juni 2018

 

In Zusammenarbeit mit der Bargbauindustrie, Forschungseinrichtungen sowie First Nation Gemeinden wird Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. sechsmonatige bis dreijähriege Strategien planen, koordinieren und effectiv managen, um die Beziehungen zu verbessern und Vertrauen (wieder) aufzubauen.

Nach Abschluss eines Geoscience & Engagement Service Vertrages wird Dr. Khoun sich mehrere Jahre vom kanadischen Ministerium fiuer Rohstoffe und der Geological Survey of Canada freistellen lassen. Lesen Sie mehr ueber Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo.

Als ehemalige beratende Geowissenschaftlerin von neun abgelegenen First Nation Gemeinden im Norden Ontarios, ist Dr. Khoun erfahren in sinnvollen und wirkungsvollen Engagement Prozessen. Workshops zum Wissensaustausch, Schulungen und (internationale) Besuche in Bergbaubetrieben werden durchgefuehrt werden.(link zur Dienstleistungen Seite)

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Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Our mission: empowering Canada’s First Nation communities with innovative mining practices and techniques that:
  • Enhance societal benefits
  • Minimise the environmental footprint
  • Focus on sustainable development

 

 

Exploration, mining, processing, recovery and remediation of mineral resources sites require a strong focus on sustainable development, including socio-cultural, economic and environmental aspects. Unfortunately, over the years, poor mining practices without meaningful community engagement tarnished the reputation of the mining industry in Canada.

 

Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. is based in Northern Ontario. Come meet her at the following conferences:

 

  • AIMS 2018 – First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Germany. May 23-24, 2018

EXHIBITION BOOTH

 

  • Biohydromet ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June12-14, 2018

 

  • Sustainable Minerals ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June 14-15, 2018

 

Collaborating with mining industry, Research Institutions and First Nation communities, Rosemarie proposes to plan, coordinate and effectively manage a six month to 3-year strategies to better community relations and (re-)built trust.

 

With Geoscience & Engagement Service Agreement in place, unpaid leave from the Geological Survey of Canada will be taken. Learn more about Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo.

Experienced in meaningful community engagement as Advisory Geoscientist to nine remote First Nation communities in Northern Ontario, knowledge-sharing Workshops, Training and (international) Site Visits will take place. (link to Services page)

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Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Our mission: empowering Canada’s First Nation communities with innovative mining practices and techniques that:
  • Enhance societal benefits
  • Minimise the environmental footprint
  • Focus on sustainable development

 

 

Exploration, mining, processing, recovery and remediation of mineral resources sites require a strong focus on sustainable development, including socio-cultural, economic and environmental aspects. Unfortunately, over the years, poor mining practices without meaningful community engagement tarnished the reputation of the mining industry in Canada.

 

Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. is based in Northern Ontario. Come meet her at the following conferences:

 

  • AIMS 2018 – First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Germany. May 23-24, 2018

EXHIBITION BOOTH

 

  • Biohydromet ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June12-14, 2018

 

  • Sustainable Minerals ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June 14-15, 2018

 

Collaborating with mining industry, Research Institutions and First Nation communities, Rosemarie proposes to plan, coordinate and effectively manage a six month to 3-year strategies to better community relations and (re-)built trust.

 

With Geoscience & Engagement Service Agreement in place, unpaid leave from the Geological Survey of Canada will be taken. Learn more about Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo.

Experienced in meaningful community engagement as Advisory Geoscientist to nine remote First Nation communities in Northern Ontario, knowledge-sharing Workshops, Training and (international) Site Visits will take place. (link to Services page)

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Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Our mission: empowering Canada’s First Nation communities with innovative mining practices and techniques that:
  • Enhance societal benefits
  • Minimise the environmental footprint
  • Focus on sustainable development

 

 

Exploration, mining, processing, recovery and remediation of mineral resources sites require a strong focus on sustainable development, including socio-cultural, economic and environmental aspects. Unfortunately, over the years, poor mining practices without meaningful community engagement tarnished the reputation of the mining industry in Canada.

 

Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. is based in Northern Ontario. Come meet her at the following conferences:

 

  • AIMS 2018 – First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Germany. May 23-24, 2018

EXHIBITION BOOTH

 

  • Biohydromet ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June12-14, 2018

 

  • Sustainable Minerals ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June 14-15, 2018

 

Collaborating with mining industry, Research Institutions and First Nation communities, Rosemarie proposes to plan, coordinate and effectively manage a six month to 3-year strategies to better community relations and (re-)built trust.

 

With Geoscience & Engagement Service Agreement in place, unpaid leave from the Geological Survey of Canada will be taken. Learn more about Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo.

Experienced in meaningful community engagement as Advisory Geoscientist to nine remote First Nation communities in Northern Ontario, knowledge-sharing Workshops, Training and (international) Site Visits will take place. (link to Services page)

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Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Time for Change: Collaborating towards socially responsible mining

Our mission: empowering Canada’s First Nation communities with innovative mining practices and techniques that:
  • Enhance societal benefits
  • Minimise the environmental footprint
  • Focus on sustainable development

 

 

Exploration, mining, processing, recovery and remediation of mineral resources sites require a strong focus on sustainable development, including socio-cultural, economic and environmental aspects. Unfortunately, over the years, poor mining practices without meaningful community engagement tarnished the reputation of the mining industry in Canada.

 

Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo. is based in Northern Ontario. Come meet her at the following conferences:

 

  • AIMS 2018 – First International Conference – Mines of the Future

Aachen, Germany. May 23-24, 2018

EXHIBITION BOOTH

 

  • Biohydromet ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June12-14, 2018

 

  • Sustainable Minerals ‘18

Windhoek, Namibia. June 14-15, 2018

 

Collaboratinonth to 3-year strategies to better community relations and (re-)built trust.

 

With Geoscience & Engagement Service Agreement in place, unpaid leave from the Geological Survey of Canada will be taken. Learn more about Dr. Rosemarie Khoun P.Geo.

Experienced in meaningful community engagement as Advisory Geoscientist to nine remote First Nation communities in Northern Ontario, knowledge-sharing Workshops, Training and (international) Site Visits will take place. (link to Services page)