Publisher description for Environmental policy in mining : corporate strategy and planning for closure / Alyson Warhurst, Ligia Noronha.


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Ecological Management of Mining: Achieving Environmental Compliance is a study and comparison - global in scope - of current practices used by mining firms striving for ecological management. The author takes an integrated and interdisciplinary approach in addressing, analyzing and working towards solutions regarding the complex challenges posed by managing the environmental impacts of mining. The issues addressed range from the ecotoxicological effects of metal residues to the land use effects of mining and from socioeconomic impacts to environmental regulation. The goal of this book is to assist mining companies throughout the world to achieve environmental compliance and improve competitiveness in the context of growing environmental regulation and technological innovation. It is an essential book for the wide variety of professionals working on issues in mining. Like the book and the research itself, the audience is integrated and interdisciplinary including engineers, planners, ecologists, policy makers and economists. Features




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mineral industries -- Environmental aspects -- Case studies.
Environmental management -- Case studies.
Mine closures -- Case studies.
Best management practices (Pollution prevention) -- Case studies.