International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM)
2001-10-24 London UK
Founded, taking over activities of H-XD2837 - International Council on Metals and the Environment (ICME).
Improve sustainable development performance in the mining, minerals and metals industry; represent views and interests of members and serve as a principal point of engagement with the industry's key constituencies in the international arena; promote science-based regulations and material-choice decisions that encourage market access and the safe production, use, reuse and recycling of metals and minerals; identify and advocate use of good practices to address sustainable development issues within the industry; promote cooperation in the industry to best ensure continued access to land, capital and markets, and to build trust and respect by demonstrating ability to contribute successfully to sustainable development.
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Council (meets twice a year); Principal Liaisons Committee; specialist programme committees; Associations Co-ordination Group; Secretariat. Includes C-XM5519 - Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO).
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