The RMI Report 2022 assesses the ESG policies and practices of 40 of the largest mining companies in the world, and basic ESG actions at 250 of their mine sites. Analysts scrutinised over 6,500 documents for the evidence-based assessment (without recourse to artificial intelligence) against indicators and scoring criteria that are fully transparent. The vast majority of the companies actively participated in the assessment. A summary report provides some overall results and thematic extracts from the RMI Report 2022. The full results and individual 40 company and 250 mine-site reports are available online at www.responsibleminingindex.org.

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