Environment, Social & Governance Risks in Mining

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Environment, Social & Governance Risks in Mining

Overview of the Webinar:

This one-hour session will discuss the important role of ESG in Mining, and the opportunity this presents to both investors and the industry. The conversation has seen a significant shift from 12 months ago, when the questions stopped at “do you have a policy and framework?”, to now asking “what impact are you having and what action are you taking”? Join Sarah Gordon, CEO from Satarla for this very interesting session.

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The Speaker:
Portrait of Sarah Gordon, CEO Satarla
Sarah Gordon

CEO, Satarla

Sarah is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Satarla.  She has worked in a number of fields including risk and assurance, safety, sustainability, R&D, business divestment, mine and exploration geology.  These roles have allowed her to live and work all over the world including North and South America, Australasia, Africa, and Europe.

To date, Sarah, through Satarla, has worked with mining, healthcare, research & development, energy, agricultural, construction, hospitality, software, insurance, events, and financial companies, together with charities, governments, and Tech Startups. These organisations range in scale from regional to multinational and all require a fast and practical approach to understanding and managing their risks. 

Sarah brings an innovative approach to risk management, ensuring it is both practical and accessible, while ensuring that risk-based decisions can be made.  This approach is adopted in her training sessions, all of which are engaging, informative, professional and fun.

Sarah is an honorary lecturer at Imperial College London and an accredited Institute of Risk Management public and in-house course designer and trainer.  She is also a Trustee of the Geological Society London as well as Geology for Global Development, and was voted as one of the 100 most inspirational women in mining 2016.