Fireweed is committed to conducting exploration and mine development activities sustainably to enhance project and investment certainty through:
Robust practices informed by the aspirations and interests of Indigenous peoples and local communities.
Project plans that are environmentally and socially responsible, and effectively governed.
Seeking the Free, Prior and Informed Consent of Indigenous peoples.
Our ESGI approach reflects the importance of Fireweed’s commitment to sustainable mine development for its critical metals projects in partnership with Indigenous peoples. Indigenous peoples are at the core of our sustainability approach, indicating how integral the interests and opportunities for Indigenous and local communities are to our sustainability goals.
- Meaningful engagement
- Participation in project design
- Employment, training and economic opportunities
- Consent-based project advancement
- Water usage and quality
- Climate change and GHG emission mitigation
- Land stewardship
- Waste management
- Human rights: equity, diversity, inclusion
- Health & safety
- Community & stakeholder relationships
- Northern community benefits
- Ethical business conduct and compliance
- Independent members of Board
- Management and internal controls
- Risk based planning and controls