DESIGN AND METHODS PAPERLocal Content Frameworks in Latin American and African oil and gas sector
This research design and methods paper is a working document, and the first stage in the conduct of a joint comparative research in the topic of local content frameworks in...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Extractive Industries – Summary: Achieving Responsible Investments
Participants gained knowledge of a range of Latin American experiences of policy and practice that promote responsible investments in extractive industries, to examine the potential for application in their own...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Extractive Industries – Module 1: Land Use Planning and Access
Module 1 of the Learning Alliance on Extractive Industries aimed to share knowledge on a range of issues regarding land use planning and access in the context of extractive industries....
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Extractive Industries – Module 2: Environmental Protection and Mitigation
Module 2 of the Learning Alliance on Extractive industries aimed to share knowledge on a range of issues regarding environmental protection and mitigation in the context of extractive industries. participants...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Extractive Industries – Module 3: Preventing and Addressing Social Conflicts
Module 3 of the Learning Alliance on Extractive industries (LEA1) aimed to exchange knowledge on a range of issues regarding extractive industries and social conflicts. participants exchanged their own perspectives...
BRIEFSImproving Environmental Management of Extractives through Environmental Impact Assessments
How have Latin American countries been using Environmental Impact Assessments in order to build more sustainable extractive industries? A focus on Peru provides some interesting lessons.
BRIEFSProfit-based versus Production-based Tax Regimes: Latin America’s Experience
In specific contexts of mineral booms and strong government capacity, shifting from production-based to profit-based tax regimes might be the best option. The cases of Peru and Chile demonstrate why.
REVIEWELLA Expert Review: Extractive Industries and Conflict Management
Here Prof. Anthony Bebbington of Clark University offers his reaction to the ELLA knowledge materials on Extractive Industries and Conflict Management.
BRIEFSSmall-scale and Informal Mining: A Big Problem for Latin American States
Latin America has experienced substantial growth and transformation in small-scale mining, meaning it is often no longer small or artisanal, but rather characterised by high informality and an increasing potential...
BRIEFSRent Distribution and Extractive Industry Conflict: The Latin American Approach
Can rent distribution reduce extractive industries conflict? A focus on the Peruvian case helps highlight how and if these schemes could prove to be effective.