Sustainable Resource Based Development Strategy + Extractive Industries

Executive Sessions on Politics and Extractive Industries

Over the last 15 years, there has been a surge in the number and diversity of organizations and initiatives working to strengthen the governance of extractive industries (oil, gas and mining), and to mobilize resources, tools and frameworks to translate resource wealth into tangible development outcomes.  As a result of this growing attention to the field, there… read more

Mining and the Sustainable Development Goals

Additional Tags: Research, Resources and Tools

In September 2015, the UN member states agreed on a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which represent the global agenda for equitable, socially inclusive, and environmentally sustainable economic development until 2030. Mining companies have the potential to become leading partners in achieving the SDGs. Through their direct operations, mining companies can generate profits, employment, and economic growth in… read more

Mozambique: Development of a Five-Pillar Plan for Resource-Based Development

Additional Tags: Policy and Advisory Work

This 2011 project examined how the vast resource deposits in the Tete province, combined with other major investments along the Nacala and Beira corridors, can be the basis for sustainable, equitable and inclusive growth in the Lower Zambezi Basin.

Tanzania Diagnostic Trade Integration Study

Additional Tags: Policy and Advisory Work

CCSI has been contracted to perform the extractive industries section of the World Bank Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) for Tanzania. The study aims to identify the internal and external trade constraints that hinder the development of the priority sectors and provide policy recommendations on how these obstacles can be overcome. The Government of Tanzania… read more

New Petroleum Producers Discussion Group

CCSI is a knowledge partner to the New Petroleum Producers Discussion Group project, co-organized and sponsored by Chatham House, NRGI, the Africa Governance Initiative and the Commonwealth Secretariat. This project aims to help emerging oil and gas producers to think critically about the various policy options available during the first steps of exploration and development or when restructuring their… read more