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At Goldcorp, we value open communication and are committed to transparency in our reporting. Every year for the last nine years, we’ve published an annual Sustainability Report using the Global Report Initiative Framework (GRI) as the basis of reporting. In addition to GRI, our sustainability reports include reporting to the International Council of Mining and Metals (ICMM) Sustainable Development Framework and the UN Global Compact principles.
Goldcorp is also a member of the World Gold Council and implemented the Conflict-Free Gold Standard in 2013. A Conflict Free Gold Report summarizing the Company’s conformance with the Standard will be updated annually, or as required by the Standard.
Goldcorp’s Sustainability Reports and Conflict-Free Gold Reports are externally assured.
Furthermore, Goldcorp publishes a bi-annual Above Ground magazine bringing to life all the positive contributions we make every day in all the communities we operate.
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Sustainability is an essential part of the daily activities in every Goldcorp office and operation. Our contributions to the community begin before project development and continue after reclamation is complete. At all times, our goal is to promote sustainable prosperity and achieve our aim of being Responsible, Respected and Welcomed.
To ensure we are fulfilling our commitments, we measure progress and disclose our progress and are held accountable to internal and external stakeholders for organizational performance in the areas of economic, environmental and social performance.
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Developed by the World Gold Council and its members, the Conflict-Free Gold Standard establishes a common approach by which gold producers can assess and provide assurance that their gold has been extracted in a manner that does not fuel unlawful armed conflict or contribute to serious human rights abuses or breaches of international humanitarian law.
As a member of the World Gold Council, Goldcorp implemented the Standard effective January 1, 2013 and prepares a Conflict Free Gold Report summarizing the Company’s conformance with the Standard. The Report is updated annually and conformance with the Standard is assured by an independent assurance provider.
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To subscribe to Above Ground magazine, please complete the form or click below to view.
As required by Mexican Income Tax Law (ITL), section (V)(c) of article 70, the following table provides information on income tax deferred in fiscal year 2015, in accordance to the optional regime for groups of Mexican companies set forth in Chapter VI Title II of the referred Law.
*Amounts in Mexican pesos
For the Marlin site, a special series of reports is available.
Our CSR fact sheets highlight some of the community activities that we undertake: