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rePlan and Regional Consultations in Papua New Guinea

rePlan is taking part in regional consultations in Papua New Guinea (PNG) on changes to the mining legislation...

Anna Dunets Wills Made Member of U of T Hall of Distinction

rePlan's Anna Dunets Wills has been made a member of the Hall of Distinction by the University of Toronto's Engineering Alumni Association.

Securing Free, Prior and Informed Consent in Panama

rePlan's Latin America Director Edwin Urresta and Mercedes Morris from Inmet Mining delivered a very well-attended co-presentation...

Janet Fishlock on CSR Panel Friday Feb 8

On Friday February 8, rePlan’s Senior Community Development Specialist Janet Fishlock will join about 30 executives, lawyers, scholars, financiers and regulators as a panelist at a conference organized by...

rP’s Cobre Panama Profiled in Globe & Mail

An important rePlan project, Mina de Cobre Panama, is the subject of a feature article in today’s Globe & Mail.

rePlan Negotiates Successful Land Acquisition in Senegal

rePlan, led by Eric Gallant, Ndary Toure and Jason Thorne, has successfully completed a six-month negotiation forum process between Teranga Gold Corporation and five villages surrounding Teranga's mine site in eastern Senegal...

rePlan presents at Right of Way Acquisition Workshop

The acquisition of Right-of-Way (ROW) for transmission lines is becoming ever more complex around the world, as the number of power lines increases and people become more concerned about impacts to health and the productivity and value of their land.

rP’s Graham Macdonald on Creativity Led Development

Graham Macdonald has been busy sharing research projects based on case studies in Tanna, Vanuatu and Medellin, Columbia. Each project focuses on the importance of cultural and regional context when transferring urban development policy across geographies.

rePlan Work featured in Inmet CR Report

rePlan has been working closely with Inmet Mining Corp.

Free and Prior Consent in Panama

rePlan client Minera Panama S.A. (MPSA), a subsidiary of Inmet, identified the need to recognize and respect the land tenure of Ngäbe indigenous people who have migrated eastward from their reserve, informally settling in the project area in search of a better life.

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