Fundación Chile will seek to highlight and address the challenges of mining with an integrative perspective and with a focus on the territories

Fundación Chile will seek to highlight and address the challenges of mining with an integrative perspective and with a focus on the territories
Fundación Chile will seek to highlight and address the challenges of mining with an integrative perspective and with a focus on the territories
  • During Exponor, FCh will bring together various representatives around the challenges of enabling transformative mining in the era of the circular economy, and the strategies that the sector is implementing to adapt to climate change.
  • The CCM-Eleva alliance will be presenting the Antofagasta Regional Diagnosis of the “Chilean Large Mining Workforce Study 2023-2032”, and delivering new CCM Quality Seals.
  • The strategic vision of companies and organizations of the ecosystem on the challenges and opportunities to develop and implement solutions in the industry will be taken on the last day of the exhibition.

Sustainability from an integrative view of mining and its territory, the challenges and business opportunities for suppliers and how to connect the productive sector and the training world are the central axes of the seminars that will be held Chile Foundation (FCh) within the framework of Exponor 2024exhibition organized by the Antofagasta Industrial Association (AIA), which is carried out in Antofagasta and which links the latest advances aimed at the mining sector.

Through this initiative, FCh seeks to promote the successful transition of the mining industry towards a more sustainable model that requires addressing its challenges in an integrated manner and where open innovation and collaboration with the ecosystem emerges as a strategic vehicle to accelerate change and provide answers to the most pressing challenges that the industry faces and will face.

The first appointment will take place on June 4 from 10:15 hrs at the Exponor Fairgrounds – Mining Cluster Hall 1, an event in which various representatives of the ecosystem will be making visible their progress and experiences to move towards transformative mining in the era of the circular economy. In addition, the strategies they are implementing to adapt to climate change, and the role that suppliers play in advancing in the matter, among other topics.

He 5th June from 11:00 to 12:30 hrs (in the Chuquicamata room), the CCM-Eleva Alliance, in collaboration with IMPULSA 4.0 and the Mining Cluster Corporation of the Antofagasta Region will be presenting the Seminar «Where is the human talent for the new challenges of mining? At the event, the Antofagasta Regional Diagnosis of the “Chilean Large Mining Workforce Study 2023-2032” will be presented for the first time, along with a special presentation of the work being carried out by IMPULSA 4.0 in the region, to end with a recognition to the institutions and training programs in the region that acquired new CCM Quality Seals.

Meanwhile, the June 6th from 3:00 p.m. (Mining Cluster Hall 1), Open Innovation in Mining will take place at the closing of Exponor with a focus on the strategic vision of companies and organizations in the ecosystem on the challenges and opportunities to develop and implement solutions in the industry. In addition, success stories of those solutions that have been successfully implemented in the mining sector will be presented.

Hernan Araneda, General Manager of Fundación Chile, referred to the event and the role of the organization, pointing out that “promoting the sustainable development of the mining business requires addressing its challenges in an integrated manner, considering environmental, social and economic dimensions, with a look at the territories. and nearby communities. Fundación Chile has accompanied the mining sector in this effort, pushing together with multiple other public and private actors impact initiatives on issues of sustainability and climate change, economic development and human development, particularly in the Antofagasta Region.”

“Participating in EXPONOR is an honor and an opportunity that we greatly value due to the richness and diversity of local and global attendees summoned to think about the challenges that mining faces to be carbon neutral, inclusive and innovative,” added the executive.

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