Natural Resource Management
This policy brief offers an overview of South Sudan's extractive industries as a way to contribute to the transparency movement around the industry within the country.
This anticipated report from the Pentagon provides a crucial update on the status of progress in Afghanistan.
This position statement sets out ICMM members’ approach to engaging with indigenous peoples in mining communities.
This is a summary of the second PPA meeting, which took place on June 12, 2013 in Washington, DC. The summary contains the key discussion points, plans and next steps.
International Alert, in partnership with the School of Global Studies at Sussex University and the Royal Commonwealth Society, held the fifth in its series of Peace Talks events, which was on the subject of "Congolese prospects. Land and minerals – resources for peace?" in London on 12 June.
This paper from CGD shows that by transferring a portion of resource-related government revenues to the population, some countries could increase both private consumption and the provision of public goods.
In this issue, authors report on conflicts stemming from coal and copper mining and how the traditional economic models and ways of life of indigenous populations suffer from the unrestrained exploitation of raw materials.
This UNEP report describes how the UN and the international community can assist the Afghan Government to improve the management of natural resources in a way that contributes to peace and development on a national scale.
Still Digging: Extractive Industries, Resource Curses, and Transnational Governance in the Anthropocene
In this paper from the Transatlantic Academy, Stacy VanDeever discusses resource competition in the Anthropocene.