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Report: Mining company does not act in accordance with the OECD Guidelines

Author: Norwegian National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Entreprises, Published on: 30 November 2011

The Norwegian-owned Mindoro Nickel Project in the Philippines should consult a broader group of indigenous peoples and be more transparent about adverse environmental impacts, concludes the OECD National Contact Point (NCP) Norway...Intex has conducted extensive environmental and social assessments, they have consulted with some indigenous groups and they plan to use technically advanced solutions to reduce potential adverse environmental impact. But the company still has a ways to go to operate fully in compliance with the OECD Guidelines, says Head of the Norwegian NCP, dean and professor Hans Petter Graver. Key recommendations concern improved stakeholder consultations and environmental assessments and information

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Related companies: Intex Resources