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AUSTRALIA

  • Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group (AAMEG)

    www.aameg.org
    info@aameg.org
    Description :
    The Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group (AAMEG) is the peak body representing Australian companies engaged in the development of Africa’s resource industry.
    Africa is Australia’s most important resources investment destination with 190 ASX listed companies active on over 1,000 projects in 38 countries across the continent. Today AAMEG represents more than 100 members including explorers, mineral and energy companies, and suppliers of goods and services.

    AAMEG and its members support the African Union’s Africa Mining Vision (2009), a collaborative effort by African leaders to ensure transparent and equitable exploitation of mineral resources to underpin broad-based sustainable growth and socio-economic
    development. We do so in the strong belief that responsible practice creates a competitive advantage.

    Our Primary Roles

    • To assist Australian companies to engage with Australian and African governments and relevant institutions and organisations.
    • To create a forum for AAMEG members to network and share operational experience in responsible business practices; and
    • To represent at an industry level on behalf of our members

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CANADA

  • Association de l’exploration minière du Québec – AEMQ

    www.aemq.org
    Info@aemq.org
    Description :
    L’Association a été fondée en 1975 afin d’accroître l’intensité de l’exploration minière au Québec et d’appuyer le développement de l’entrepreneuriat minier. Aujourd’hui, elle regroupe plus de 2400 membres individuels et plus de 325 membres corporatifs. Elle organise Xplor et Explo-Abitibi des événements qui rassemblent la filière minérale québécoise

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  • Association québécoise de vérification environnementale

    www.aqve.com
    aqve@spg.qc.ca
    Description :
    L’Association québécoise de vérification environnementale (AQVE) est un organisme pluridisciplinaire et sans but lucratif dont la mission est de :
    1. Regrouper les intervenants de la vérification environnementale, ce qui inclut l’évaluation environnementale de site
    2. Promouvoir la pratique de la vérification environnementale
    3. Faire connaître les compétences des praticiens agréés de l’AQVE
    4. Favoriser un développement professionnel continu
    Dans sa vision, l’AQVE entend maintenir sa position de chef de file et être reconnue comme l’organisme de référence en matière de vérification et d’évaluation environnementale de site.

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  • COMITE 21 QUEBEC

    www.comite21quebec.org
    Lorraine.Simard@comite21quebec.org
    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/comite21quebec/
    Description :
    Mettre en commun les intérêts des acteurs de la responsabilité sociétale et développement durable et créer des alliances afin que les pratiques en développement durable progressent de façon mesurable avec la relève dirigeante.

    Nous créons pour la relève dirigeante le Challenge CAP C21. Ce challenge permet à une équipe de quatre professionnels avec un profil complémentaire de réaliser un projet en intégrant les principes du management durable et de bénéficier d’un mentorat pendant 21 semaines. Cet exercice annuel permet de créer ainsi le premier laboratoire en ligne de partage des bonnes pratiques de management durable.
    Nous ouvrons une nouvelle voie à la collaboration pour des solutions de lutte aux changements climatiques et pour le développement de l’économie circulaire et ce, en mobilisant les acteurs et les secteurs du Québec et de la Francophonie.

    Une façon dynamique de valoriser les organisations et de les sensibiliser aux enjeux du management durable comme moyen d’innovation pour une économie durable.

    Le projet CAP C21 est une initiative du Comité 21 Québec. La mission du projet est soutenue par des professionnels engagés et experts en stratégie d’organisation, en management durable, en gestion des entreprises, des villes et des municipalités et en culture du changement.

    Le Comité 21 Québec est un organisme à but non lucratif qui vise à mobiliser les acteurs autour d’enjeux communs de mise en œuvre du développement durable, à susciter l’innovation locale et interrégionale et à positionner le Québec comme leader de la responsabilité sociétale et du développement économique compétitif et durable, avec la relève dirigeante dans la francophonie.

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  • Sustainable Development Foundation – Fondation des jeunes pour le développement durable

    www.fjdd.org
    info@fjdd.org
    Description :
    The Youth for Sustainable Development Foundation (FJDD) is a charity organisation headquartered in Montreal, Quebec since 2007. Its dual mission is to inspire and empower Quebec youth (13-35 years) around environmental protection issues and to take action through the implementation of concerted sustainable development projects and initiatives in neglected regions worldwide. The FJDD is successfully carrying out 3 different programs : the Generations Pact, the Sustainable Campus International Competition and the Youth United for Change program. Since its international implementation in 2012, the FJDD succeeded in mobilizing 3000 people around the world, among whom 1500 students, in launching 41 projects in 9 different countries and in raising 750 000 USD through its major partners.

    Descriptions of our two major programs :
    1. Youth United for Change : The objective of the program is to mobilize JCC Quebec youth (13-35 years) in the realization of projects for sustainable development in emerging and developing countries. Each developed project will meet an identified need in developing a community or emerging countries.
    2. Inspired Generations : The « Inspired Generations » (IG) program is a methodology which aims to engage university students in the sustainable development of their city, their region or their country. IG is mobilizing every actor of a city, a region or a country who takes as an engagement, to put in the heart of their actions and future, a sustainable way to develop. The final goal of IG is to give the opportunity to sustainable projects resulting from a commun concertation with every parties to happen. Students will be taking part in the reflexion, implementation and evaluation of those projects.

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  • Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal

    http://www.ccmm.qc.ca/

     

    Description :
    the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal is made up of some 7,000 members. Its mission is to represent the interests of the business community of Greater Montréal and to provide individuals, merchants, and local businesses of all sizes with a variety of specialized services to help them achieve their full potential in terms of innovation, productivity, and competitiveness. The Board of Trade is Quebec’s leading private economic development organization.

    La Chambre de commerce du Montréal métropolitain compte plus de 7 000 membres. Elle a pour mission d’être la voix du milieu des affaires montréalais et d’agir pour la prospérité de la métropole. Elle s’engage dans des secteurs clés du développement économique en prônant une philosophie d’action axée sur l’engagement, la crédibilité, la proactivité, la collaboration et l’avant-gardisme. La Chambre offre également une gamme de services spécialisés aux particuliers et aux entreprises de toutes tailles afin de les appuyer dans leur croissance ici et à l’international.

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  • FOND D’ACTION QUEBECOIS POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE – FAQDD

    http://www.faqdd.qc.ca
    infos@faqdd.qc.ca

    Description :
    Créé en 2000, le Fonds d’action québécois pour le développement durable (FAQDD) est un organisme à but non lucratif dont la mission est de soutenir des actions concrètes visant des changements de comportements favorables au développement durable du Québec.
    Depuis sa création, le FAQDD a assuré la gestion de 61 millions de dollars, confiés par le gouvernement du Québec, dont l’effet de levier économique a atteint 100 millions de dollars. Cette somme a permis de soutenir plus de 475 initiatives rayonnant dans 17 régions.
    Le FAQDD est un acteur d’innovation sociale au sein d’un réseau de décideurs et de professionnels en développement durable (associations, coopératives, entreprises, ministères, universités et municipalités.).

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  • HUMANITERRE

    http://www.groupe-humaniterre.com/#groupehumaniterre
    humaniterre@hec.ca

    Description :
    Since the last 15 years, the HumaniTerre nonprofit organization is a student association from the École des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) de Montréal. Their mission is to promote awareness among students in administration over better practices in sustainable development. This group also encourage relexion, creativity and concrete actions, focussed to turn social, environmental and economic issues into opportunities.
    With its four subcommittees, Corporate Social Responsibility, Equitable Business and Microcredit, Envirnoment and Sustainable Campus, the group counts more than 50 members involved in more than ten projects including academic competitions, thematic weeks, debates, conferences, tours and trainings.
    Fields of action:

    • Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Equitable Business and Micro-credit
    • Environment
    • Sustainable Campus

    Annual Events :

    • Carbon Simulation
    • The Forum of Socially Responsible Companies
    • Seminar // Micro finance and Fair Trade
    • Ethical Fashion Show
    • Round Table
    • Environment Week Breakfasts Conferences

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  • ISID

    https://www.mcgill.ca/isid/executive
    executiveprograms.isid@mcgill.ca

     

    Description :
    Based in Montreal, Canada, McGill University’s Institute for the Study of International Development is a leading institute that engages in cutting-edge research and teaching related to international development. The ISID Executive Education program offers certificate courses on International Development and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Summer and Fall of each year. They provide important tools for a wide range of people who are working in CSR or are interested in understanding the dynamic space where private sector interests can create shared value and support sustainable development.
    Participants range from entry-level professionals in International Development to executive level managers.

    The upcoming program will take place in Lima, Peru from June 8 – 12 in collaboration with GRADE. The teaching team will comprise leading experts, practitioners and innovators across a variety of disciplines and sectors. This year’s CSR program includes the former National Chief of Canada, a Former Peruvian Vice Minister, executives of world-class organizations and prominent scholars. The instructors will not only share their experiences and knowledge but also engage with participants to facilitate their understanding and develop their unique interests.

    The fee for this intensive five day program is $1500 CAD (GST/TVQ non taxable)** and will be payable online or via invoice.

    Twitter account : https://twitter.com/isidexeced
    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ISIDMcGill
    Linked in : http://linkd.in/1F0fvKl

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  • ONTARIO MINING ASSOCIATION

    www.oma.on.ca
    info@oma.on.ca

     

    Description :
    The Ontario Mining Association (OMA) was established in 1920 to represent the mining industry of the province and is one of the longest serving trade organizations in Canada. We have a long history of working constructively with governments and communities of interest to build consensus on issues that matter to our industry and to the people of this province.

    Our success in advocating for industry advancement is based on our ability to harness the collective strength our highly engaged members. We are proud to serve as a focal point for discussions on the issues and opportunities facing our community and to offer our members a unified voice on matters of public policy and opinion. Our goal is to overcome challenges that impede the competiveness of responsible operations and to foster an environment that bolsters mining’s potential to be the cornerstone of Ontario’s new, innovation-oriented green economy.

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  • CONSEIL DE DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE DE L’ALBERTA- CDEA

    www.lecdea.ca
    roch.labelle@lecdea.ca

     

    Description :
    The Conseil de développement économique de l’Alberta – CDÉA (Francophone Economic Development Council of Alberta) is a not-for-profit, multi-sector, economic development organisation that serves Alberta’s French-speaking business community. The CDÉA’s Green Economy sector: manages and promotes a network of businesses that offer a wide range of sustainable development services; assists Alberta’s bilingual municipalities in adopting energy saving and greenhouse gas reducing measures; and helps communities to launch sustainable development projects.

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  • MINALLIANCE

    www.minalliance.ca/en/
    www.www.minesqc.com/fr/
    eblanc-tranchant@minalliance.ca

     

    Description :
    Minalliance is the Quebec mining industry’s communications fund. Created in October 2010, it brings together Quebec and Canadian mining exploration and production companies, suppliers of goods and services, industry associations and other partners.

    Our mission is to enter into dialogue with the public in order to further increase the transparency of the mining industry and demonstrate its contribution to the sustainable development of Quebec.

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FRANCE

  • RSE LIB

    http://rselib.org/
    contact@rselib.org

    Description :
    L’association RSE Lib a été fondée en 2013 dans l’objectif de promouvoir la responsabilité sociétale et de créer une communauté de partage de connaissances et de bonnes pratiques éthiques et responsables.

    Une des caractéristiques originales de RSE Lib, est de réunir des acteurs de la responsabilité sociétale qui soient de sensibilité, d’expertises, de secteur d’activité et de métier différents.

    L’association accompagne ses adhérents dans leurs projets RSE en leur apportant une approche structurée et pragmatique qui sort des concepts pour être dans l’action. Pour cela, elle organise périodiquement des Ateliers thématiques sur l’ensemble des domaines d’action de l’ISO 26000.

    RSE Lib mobilise les talents de ses adhérents dans le cadre d’interventions ponctuelles dans les entreprises pour renforcer leurs engagements en faveur du développement durable.

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USA

  • EQUITABLE ORIGIN

    www.equitableorigin.org
    contact@equitableorigin.org

     

    Description :
    Equitable Origin (EO) is the world’s first stakeholder-based standards and certification system for social and environmental performance in energy development. Grounded in the EO100™ Standard for responsible energy development, the EO System integrates community engagement, personnel training, consultation, and site-level certification of best practices to deliver benefits for energy developers (e.g. above-ground risk reduction), communities (e.g. information about development projects and structured dialogue with developers), and other stakeholders in development projects. EO’s mission is to protect people and the environment by ensuring that energy development is conducted under the highest social and environmental standards. We believe that, by recognizing and incentivizing best social and environmental practices, we can build a cleaner, safer, more inclusive energy industry, one site at a time. Equitable Origin is based in New York City, with operations in the U.S. Canada, and Latin America

    Twitter account : @equitableorigin
    Facebook : facebook.com/equitableorigin
    Linked in : https://www.linkedin.com/company/equitable-origin

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SENEGAL

  • LEAD AFRIQUE FRANCOPHONE

    www.leadinafrica.org
    lead.astoufall@hotmail.fr

     

    Description :
    Enda LEAD Francophone Africa is a member of Enda Third World network and LEAD International. The Programme aims to contribute to the emergence in Africa of new leadership more sensitive and responsive to the requirements of sustainable development. Its action consists, among others, to strengthen the capacity of youth and women from various sectors, so as to make them better able to solve the complex problems related to policy choices and modes of implementation among development options.
    In addition to its training activities, the organization Enda LEAD Francophone Africa also specializes in building leadership capacity for environment and sustainable development.

    The program also invests in the development and implementation of action research programs at both national and pan-African level. The program has conducted several projects addressing various themes such as local governance and citizen participation, governance of mining resources, governance and the provision of access to basic social services, climate change, sustainable land management and small-scale irrigation, promotion of ecohealth and the use of participatory geographic information systems (GIS-P) in the management of natural resources and social mediation through the development of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects.
    These projects have enabled the production and dissemination of knowledge and best practices in various formats: documentary film, radio show, brochures, poster, newsletter, database, web portal, capacity building module platform online learning, scientific publication in French and English.

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