Why establishing a Social License to Operate practice is critical
The concept of social license to operate has been around for a long time in both mining and energy sectors. Many companies have established practices and strategies in place to work collaboratively with local constituents and organizations. Recently, we are seeing an increase interest outside of these two sectors. What’s driving this renewed interest, and does it tie into the growing focus on ESG?
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