Emily has over 13 years’ experience in identifying and managing ESG risks in the mining industry.
Emily is a chartered environmental professional, experienced in environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities. She works in multi-disciplinary teams to review environmental and social aspects of assets across a range of commodities and jurisdictions covering Europe, West Africa, Central Asia, Middle East, North and South America.
Emily identifies and recommends practical solutions for managing key ESG risks and opportunities in the context of permitting and compliance, good international industry practice, and investor requirements, where applicable.
Emily has managed numerous environmental and social impact assessments for large mining developments. These include the planning and delivery of complex work phases such as scoping studies, baseline programmes, stakeholder engagement activities, impact reporting, and environmental and social management planning, often in collaboration with local consultants and specialists. Emily also collaborates with engineering colleagues to provide environmental and social input to engineering studies for mining projects and closure plan development.