Deep-Sea Mineral Platform and Report Launched by the World Economic Forum


The next years are critical as regulatory, technology and investment decisions are being made. These decisions could determine the environmental and social impact of deep-sea minerals. Although the minerals may not enter supply chain for a few years, examples involving cobalt mining from the Democratic Republic of Congo and palm oil supply from Indonesia, show that failing to act early, can result in costly efforts to clean up the supply chain and reputational impact afterwards.

Boston Consulting Group on Exploration and Mining (current affairs and future trends)


Yes, these are hard times (although I just started a new consulting project today and will likely add another in the next week or so) but it’s time we leave the gloom and doom talking and start thinking (and acting) on ways to improve. I always like to pick ideas from well thought, well structured … Continue reading Boston Consulting Group on Exploration and Mining (current affairs and future trends)