Pan Asia Metals is not an island, we are situated in and around communities and therefore, we need to focus on delivering outcomes which are inclusive of these communities. There is reciprocity: if the community thrives, we thrive – and vice versa. Pan Asia Metals Sustainability Strategy will be both inward looking and outward looking, seeking to achieve a financial and humanitarian balance.
Pan Asia Metals is ahead of its direct peer group with its Sustainability Strategy, and our aim is to embed this mindset early, maturing as our projects mature. To achieve this, we will be embracing 7 of the UN’s 17 SDGs which we believe are realistically actionable by a company of Pan Asia Metals size. Pan Asia Metals will have a primary focus on the following 3 Sustainable Development Goals below.
According to the WEF’s Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism Report, ‘the value of people can be divided into human capital (e.g. individual knowledge, skills, competencies and attributes) and social capital (e.g. networks, shared norms, values and understanding).’Learn More >
According to the WEF’s Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism Report, ‘As the visibility of business impacts on the planet grows and expectations of corporate responsibility extend along the value chain, the business risk associated with failing to demonstrate a good understanding of and response to environmental impacts is amplified. [Failing] to report effectively … [will allow] third parties to fill the void … with a potentially spurious … and damaging narrative of their own.’Learn More >
According to the WEF’s Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism Report, Prosperity is linked ‘with dignity and the fight to end poverty and inequality [via] economic growth built upon decent employment, sustainable livelihoods, rising real incomes … and Innovation … to create shared value and shared prosperity and equitable growth based on sustainable production and consumption.’Learn More >
According to the WEF’s Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism Report, ‘Governance is foundational to achieving long term value by aligning and driving both financial and societal performance, as well as by ensuring accountability and building legitimacy with stakeholders. The Governance pillar establishes foundation-level priorities for reporting that build on [existing] frameworks, it is not intended to replace them.’Learn More >