Last week, the EITI International Board met in Lima, Peru. Regrettably, the main headlines coming out of these meetings related to transgressions of EITI’s founding principles and procedures. Receiving less attention were six promising elements of the new EITI standard.
This week, 29 participants from 13 countries — including Ghana, Chile, Uganda, Myanmar, Mongolia and Guinea — are taking part in our third annual Executive Course in Oil, Gas and Mining Governance in Oxford.
Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI) experts Lisa Sachs and Nicolas Maennling discuss public policies, from managing resource revenues to diversifying the economy, that can help countries reduce dependency on extractive industries and prosper through volatile commodity cycles.