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Why does ESG matter to ASX mining companies?

Samso on Mining HQ Podcasts Ep.26 goes ESG today.

What ESG is all about, and why it can help ASX companies move forward. ESG is now really an umbrella word to measure where you are in terms of doing things properly. ESG is more a requirement and not so much a mandatory act. ESG is not new and we as an industry have been fulfilling all these requirements for as long as Noel has been involved, and that is over 30 years. It is now just a title.

The average company in the mining industry is already compliant and hence there is no longer an issue. In the case of investors, ESG can be a factor when you have sensitive environments but apart from that, it does not really play a big role. There are funds around that are looking at ESG compliant projects, so in those cases, that is a strong positive. In Australia, the First Nation conversation is always present and in Noel's opinion, it needs to be incorporated in all future paths forward, otherwise, it will never be resolved for corporate and the community.

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