Common principles for engagement and participation in energy and mineral development: M4-163/2017E-PDF

“This document identifies common principles and a checklist of considerations for engagement and participation to help governments and regulators build and maintain constructive relationships in communities where energy and mineral resource development is taking place or being considered. The principles were developed based on success factors identified in public confidence and community engagement research and the 2016 National Workshop on Public Confidence, prior to the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference (EMMC). They are also informed by efforts in some jurisdictions to develop community engagement principles and by the Compendium of Case Studies on Public Confidence prepared by the EMMC Joint Working Group on Public Confidence in 2016"--P. 1.

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Title Common principles for engagement and participation in energy and mineral development
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Principes communs pour la mobilisation et la participation au développement des ressources énergétiques et minières. Caption title.
Date 2017]
Number of Pages 2, [2] p.
Catalogue Number
  • M4-163/2017E-PDF
Subject Terms Resource development, Energy, Minerals, Community relations