Resources are a global challenge, not Just a Canadian one

It is estimated that $11-17 trillion in global investment is needed by 2030 in minerals and oil & gas, if current consumption trends continue. Much of this resource extraction will occur in developing countries


The most important social question in those nations is how to turn their resource legacies into sustainable long-term prosperity. Canada, which has generations of practice and regulation to share, is – according to this new report – one of the world's leaders in sustainable resource management. This thought-provoking podcast talks about a new model – the “resource tiger model” – that arose from the McKinsey group’s recent research and how it can be put into place.


Click here to listen to the podcast.


Stewart Muir is the Executive Director of Resource Works 

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