ERM at the Sustainable Mining Congress 2023 – Santiago, Chile

10-12 May 2023
Santiago, Chile

ERM will speak at the Sustainable Mining 2023 (8th International Congress on Environment and Social Responsibility in Mining) taking place at the Sheraton Hotel in Santiago, Chile.

This event provides an opportunity to learn and exchange knowledge, practices, and solutions over the most relevant environmental and social issues related to the global mining industry. The congress brings together executives, professionals, and academics mainly from areas related to the environment, sustainability, and social responsibility.

Anibal Díaz (Partner leading the Mining Sector in LAC) and Alonso Hidalgo (Managing Consultant in Peru) will be presenting: 

“Drivers and Challenges to Implement Seawater Supply Projects to Mining Industry in Peru”

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Anibal Diaz

Anibal Diaz

Partner leading the Mining Sector in LAC

International Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) consultant helping companies to incorporate the ecological and social risks into their projects and operations. Worked on over 50 mining projects in Latin America, ranging from exploration, construction, operation, and closure phases. He has designed and assessed projects from the Pre-Feasibility to Feasibility stages in collaboration with top-ranked engineering firms. Broad experience solving water-related and biodiversity issues in complex geographies. His expertise includes technical auditing (ICMC certified auditor for Cyanide Code, Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance – IRMA Auditor), M&A ESDD due diligence, permitting, financing (IFC/World Bank regulatory compliance), ES&H management/monitoring plans, public participation strategies, and stakeholder engagement.

Alonso Hidalgo

Alonso Hidalgo

Managing Consultant in Peru

Alonso Hidalgo is a social scientist and water specialist with ten years of experience in the governance mining and hydrocarbons. At ERM, he oversees the implementation of projects related to water’s role in society, such as social and political de-risking and water stewardship. Alonso holds an MSc in Water Science, Policy and Management from the University of Oxford and post-graduate degrees in Development and Human Rights.