Mining and metallurgy activity has a direct impact on biodiversity. Given this situation, the first conservation actions were launched on the Group's sites in the 1970s. The topic is now one of Eramet's CSR priorities.
Eramet has decided to ensure its efforts are aligned with and promote international commitments set up by the United Nations: the Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
The Group monitors its CSR performance
In 2018, Eramet presented its CSR roadmap with 13 objectives to be achieved by 2023. Safety, diversity, responsible economy, ethics and human rights, rehabilitation: these are all areas in which Eramet has been making progress for four years.
Heading to 2023
To crystallize our ambitions, we implemented a societal commitment agenda that is structured around three core components, bringing together a total of 13 specific objectives to achieve by 2023.
Setting up an extensive collaboration at every stage of our projects is a key factor in their success.
Director of Societal Impact and Human Rights