Kinross named to the 2022 S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook for the tenth year!

We are pleased to announce that Kinross has been named to the 2022 S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook for the tenth year!

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The S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook recognizes industry-leading companies under its annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA). In order to be named to the yearbook, a company must be within the top 15% of their industry and achieve a score within 30% of their industry’s top performing company.

This year, over 7,500 companies across 61 industries were assessed with approximately 700 companies selected for this year’s Yearbook, including Kinross, who scored within the top 15% of the metals and mining industry, where 105 companies were assessed.

“The S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook gives us insight into how our sustainability performance stacks up against our peers, and to be named in the Yearbook for the tenth year is a testament to our long-standing commitment to responsible mining,” said Ed Opitz, Senior Vice-President, Safety and Sustainability. “This is a direct result of the hard work by the people of Kinross to do things the right way – putting people first, maintaining high environmental standards, and taking steps to earn and keep the trust of community stakeholders”

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