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16 Jul 2018

Goldcorp response

"Goldcorp welcomes initiatives that seek to encourage continuous improvement in responsible mining practices,  especially initiatives who do so by transparently comparing the policies and practices of large‐scale mining  companies on a range of environmental, economic, social and governance issues. In our view, this report in its current form is unlikely to incentivise continuous improvement which is why we chose not to engage when contacted  by the authors.   

While the recommendations of the report were directed towards financial institutions and to a lesser extent to  regulators and governments, Goldcorp recognizes that the spirit of many of the recommendations is to increase  transparency of information related to the impacts of mining and extractive companies. Goldcorp is committed to  conducting our business operating responsibly at all times and our company commitment to transparency and  accountability is embodied in our annual Sustainability Report..."