(PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN MINING | Journal ...

Sustainable Measures are providing to consulting services or communities and organizations who are working on sustainability, but we unable to give you a quick solution. Economist also cannot do all the work for societies. Sustainability cannot be

Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? | The ...

Mar 28, 2013· The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry, small-scale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many. Historically, governments and institutions have overlooked small-scale mining as an industry worth investigation, investment, or support, choosing instead to focus on large-scale mining and small-scale ...

Sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional ...

Apr 01, 2015· In mining, ‘sustainable livelihoods’ has been used almost exclusively as a development objective, and often used interchangeably with ‘alternative livelihoods’ (Labonne and Gilman, 1999), the end goal being the diversification of rural communities, many of which are impoverished and over-reliant upon informal artisanal mining for ...

Sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional ...

Robust indicators are needed to understand the relationship between mining and development. To date, there has not been a consistent evidence-based approach to selecting relevant indicators. The sustainable livelihoods (SL) framework provides a sound basis for indicator selection.

Mining Effects on Rural Livelihoods, Adopted Strategies ...

(PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN . To ensure long term environmental, economic and social sustainability of mining activities and the benefits from any ongoing mining activities may be invested in social, human and natural capitals of the peripheral areas of any mining area The ultimate aim is to enhance livelihood of local people, improvement in natural capital in the area and build ...

Sustainable Livelihoods in Artisanal Small-Scale Mining ...

高达10%返现· Jun 23, 2017· The termination of mining activities resulting from the exhaustion of mineral resources usually kills the local economies of mining communities and ultimately impoverish the inhabitants of the affected communities. Underpinned by this, sustainable livelihoods in artisanal small-scale mining communities have assumed prominence in international and national discourses.

Historicizing Sustainable Livelihoods: A Pathways Approach ...

Oct 01, 2014· In adopting the sustainable livelihoods approach (SLA), it demonstrates that changes in China’s political economy and its policy context over the past six decades have triggered shifts in the role of lead mining as a livelihood resource and the rise of concerns with sustainability.

Diversity of livelihoods and social sustainability in ...

Apr 01, 2019· Diversity of livelihoods is explored as an analytical lens which can be used to approach social sustainability challenges without essentializing the preferences of social groups. Extensive literature searches with keywords such as mining, work, gender, organization, social, sustainability, community, town, area, cohesion and inclusion were ...

Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? | The ...

Mar 28, 2013· The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry, small-scale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many. Historically, governments and institutions have overlooked small-scale mining as an industry worth investigation, investment, or support, choosing instead to focus on large-scale mining …

sustainable livelihood and mining

(PDF) SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD STRATEGY IN . To ensure long term environmental, economic and social sustainability of mining activities and the benefits from any ongoing mining activities may be invested in social, human and natural capitals of the peripheral areas of any mining area The ultimate aim is to enhance livelihood of local people, improvement in natural capital in the area and build ...

Diversity of livelihoods and social sustainability in ...

Apr 01, 2019· Diversity of livelihoods is explored as an analytical lens which can be used to approach social sustainability challenges without essentializing the preferences of social groups. Extensive literature searches with keywords such as mining, work, gender, organization, social, sustainability, community, town, area, cohesion and inclusion were ...

How small-scale mining could offer sustainable livelihoods ...

Mar 07, 2013· The controversial practice of artisanal and small-scale mining could offer millions of marginalised people a sustainable livelihood, but there are serious knowledge gaps in …

Sustainable Livelihoods in Artisanal Small-Scale Mining ...

Jun 23, 2017· The termination of mining activities resulting from the exhaustion of mineral resources usually kills the local economies of mining communities and ultimately impoverish the inhabitants of the affected communities. Underpinned by this, sustainable livelihoods in artisanal small-scale mining communities have assumed prominence in international and national discourses.

Livelihood Dynamism in Mining Region of

Does mining influence the existing livelihood system of local population and ensure them sustainable livelihood? Mining can be a positive force for the development of regions endowed with rich mineral deposits [1-3]. It not only creates direct and indirect employment …

Sustainable Livelihoods and Artisanal Mining in Marange ...

Sep 02, 2019· The overriding argument of this study is that artisanal mining has continued to be a sustainable livelihood avenue in spite of its well-known negative impacts. The study is based on semi-structured interviews conducted between 2015 and 2017 with artisanal miners, security personnel, rural district councillors, environmental authorities and ...

Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in ...

May 03, 2016· This study examines the effects of mining on changes and sustainability of local livelihood in a coal mining area in Odisha by employing two key approaches: sustainability of mining and sustainable livelihood approach. The study has highlighted the complex and contradictory relationship between coal mining and traditional local livelihoods.

(PDF) IMPACTS OF SMALL SCALE MINING ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS …

This presupposes that majority of the residents are natives of the communities and are heavily dependent on small scale mining for sustainable livelihoods. Fig 4 :4Monthly Income Distribution of Respondents Source: (Field survey January, 2014). are clearly demonstrated by the standards of living in the various communities as their local ...

Analysis of livelihood issues in resettlement mining ...

Downloadable (with restrictions)! Recognition of the importance of land access in mining resettlement communities in the context of sustainable development discourse in many African countries has not necessarily been translated into practice. This paper describes the livelihood challenges and sustainable development implications of a mining-induced resettlement programme in Ghana within …

The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach | SpringerLink

May 23, 2017· A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets, and activities required for a means of living. It is deemed sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stresses and shocks and maintain or enhance its capabilities, assets, and activities both now and in the future, while not undermining the natural resource base.

POVERTY ERADICATION & SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS: …

Poverty Eradication & Sustainable Livelihoods: Focusing on Artisanal Mining Communities Executive summary In Africa, artisanal and small-scale mining is largely poverty-driven. The sector has grown as an important economic activity in many countries. It is estimated that more that 20 million people depend on it for their subsistence.

Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Reducing Vulnerability ...

Promoting SuStainable livelihoodS, r educing vulnerability and building reSilience in the drylandS: Lessons from the UnDP IntegrateD DryL anD s DeveLoPment Programme 3 policies, planning frameworks and implementation strategies. This has been accomplished

Mining industry and sustainable development: time for ...

Jun 09, 2017· Sustainable Development and Mining. Mining impacts always existed and we still have mines opened in Roman times with acid mine drainage, waste piles, and environmental contamination. Large-scale mining grew during the 19th and 20th centuries with impacts neglected and hidden costs.

Is Small-Scale Mining a Sustainable Livelihood? | The ...

Mar 28, 2013· The IIED believes that with greater transparency in the industry, small-scale mining can become a sustainable and safe livelihood for many. Historically, governments and institutions have overlooked small-scale mining as an industry worth investigation, investment, or support, choosing instead to focus on large-scale mining …

How small-scale mining could offer sustainable livelihoods ...

Mar 07, 2013· The controversial practice of artisanal and small-scale mining could offer millions of marginalised people a sustainable livelihood, but there are serious knowledge gaps in the sector that hinder ...

Sustainable Livelihoods in Artisanal Small-Scale Mining ...

Jun 23, 2017· The termination of mining activities resulting from the exhaustion of mineral resources usually kills the local economies of mining communities and ultimately impoverish the inhabitants of the affected communities. Underpinned by this, sustainable livelihoods in artisanal small-scale mining communities have assumed prominence in international and national discourses.

Sustainable Livelihoods and Artisanal Mining in Marange ...

Sep 02, 2019· The overriding argument of this study is that artisanal mining has continued to be a sustainable livelihood avenue in spite of its well-known negative impacts. The study is based on semi-structured interviews conducted between 2015 and 2017 with artisanal miners, security personnel, rural district councillors, environmental authorities and ...

Mining industry and sustainable development: time for ...

Jun 09, 2017· Sustainable Development and Mining. Mining impacts always existed and we still have mines opened in Roman times with acid mine drainage, waste piles, and environmental contamination. Large-scale mining grew during the 19th and 20th centuries with impacts neglected and hidden costs.

[PDF] Sustainable livelihoods and indicators for regional ...

In recent years, there has been growing interest in identifying robust indicators which demonstrate the links between mining and development. This builds on an extensive body of work in the broad field of rural development, and aims to capture the extent to which mining is contributing to changes in economic, socio-cultural, health, political and environmental conditions.

Opencast coal mining and sustainable local livelihoods in ...

May 03, 2016· This study examines the effects of mining on changes and sustainability of local livelihood in a coal mining area in Odisha by employing two key approaches: sustainability of mining and sustainable livelihood approach. The study has highlighted the complex and contradictory relationship between coal mining and traditional local livelihoods.

(PDF) IMPACTS OF SMALL SCALE MINING ON RURAL LIVELIHOODS …

This presupposes that majority of the residents are natives of the communities and are heavily dependent on small scale mining for sustainable livelihoods. Fig 4 :4Monthly Income Distribution of Respondents Source: (Field survey January, 2014). are clearly demonstrated by the standards of living in the various communities as their local ...

SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOODS A FRAMEWORK FOR …

of sustainable livelihoods is a composite of many ideas and interests, the coming together of a number of different strands in the development debate. The important thing to recognise about the term is that it is always subject to negotiation. Thus contradictions and trade-offs between different elements of the

The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach | SpringerLink

May 23, 2017· A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets, and activities required for a means of living. It is deemed sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stresses and shocks and maintain or enhance its capabilities, assets, and activities both now and in the future, while not undermining the natural resource base.

The Impact of Artisanal Small-Scale Mining on Sustainable ...

Mining on Sustainable Livelihoods: A Case Study of Mining Communities in the Tarkwa-Nsuaem Municipality of Ghana Baah-Ennumh, Theresa Yaaba and Forson, Joseph Ato Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), University of Education, Winneba (UEW) 15 July 2015

Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Development within …

Small-scale Mining and Sustainable Development There is quite some debate about the contribution of small-scale mining to sustainable development and sustainable livelihoods. For the thousands of poverty stricken and hungry people in both rural and urban areas, small-scale mining is …

Responsible gold mining: how can it aid sustainable ...

May 08, 2013· Given that 100 million people worldwide rely on gold mining for their livelihoods, and that gold brings so many potential benefits to both developed …

ARTISANAL/ SMALL SCALE GOLD MINING ACTIVITY AND ITS …

This thesis deals with the potential of Artisanal Small Scale Gold Mining (ASGM) as a sustainable livelihood strategy. This as a livelihood strategy is measured by the ability of ASGM activities in facilitating access to the five sustainable livelihood assets or capitals - financial, human, social, physical and natural and for