At such complex times given the current crisis, one of the main learnings for companies is that strengthening sustainability and social commitments at all ESG levels, environmental, social and governance is fundamental.

Geoalcali continues to make efforts in this field, becoming the first Spanish junior mining company to join the United Nations Global Compact, the largest corporate sustainability initaitive in the world, s, that brings together more than 13,500 signatory entities and is present in over 165 countries.

The initiative, based on Ten  Principles of the United Nations, operates in our country throughout the Global Compact Spanish Network “Pacto Mundial”, this being the local network with the largest number of participants globally.

Joining the Global Compact implies a commitment from Geoalcali to align its operations to the Ten Principles universally accepted in the fields of human rights, labour standards, environment and fighting corruption, as well as adopting measures that support the United Nations goals embodied in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

Muga Mine, Geoalcali’s flagship project, is being designed with high environmental and social protection standards, and with a strong commitment towards dialogue and participation of key stakeholders and  the community. The planet is going through a deep transformation, in which the private sector has a leading role in minimising its impact. Geoalcali aims to be a leader in this transformation.

For more information on our efforts in this matter visit:

https://www.highfieldresources.com.au/sustainability-reports/