These resources explore issues relevant to social responsibility and community relations practice in the extractives sector. They are available without a fee as part of CSRM's ongoing commitment to enhance social performance in the extractives sector. Each case study documents a project that CSRM has identified as demonstrating best practice on one of a variety of thematic areas relevant to community relations activities in the extractives sector. These case studies are the first of a series of contributions to a growing library of resources for use by industry and academia. In addition to the presentation of the cases, each study provides questions for reflection, learning exercises and references for further in-depth exploration of the topic areas.

Publisher: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining

Region: Australia

Type: Educational Resource

CITATION

Bond, C., Everingham, J. & Franks, D. (2013). Managing the Cumulative Impacts of Mining through Collaboration: The Moranbah Cumulative Impacts Group (MCIG). Case Study. Brisbane: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland.

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