MOD Resources and Tshukudu Metals strive to manage its activities to prevent or minimize pollution and impacts on visual amenity, air, water, flora, fauna and cultural and heritage values.
Environmental management plans are prepared and submitted for regulatory approval and baseline flora, fauna and biodiversity studies are completed across projects as required.
Both companies continues to work closely with the Government of Botswana and its Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) to ensure it continues to meet all environmental regulations in its areas of operation. Environmental management plans are prepared and submitted to the DEA and baseline flora, fauna and biodiversity studies are completed across projects as required.
Stakeholder engagement policies for exploration and development activities have been prepared by Tshukudu Metals and it is MOD’s intention to ensure all stakeholders are kept informed and relationships are built and maintained as MOD Resources progresses its Projects.
Multiple stakeholder meetings have taken place and feedback has been extremely positive on the achievements of Tshukudu Metals to date and the upcoming extensive regional drilling program.
MOD's Environment Policy can be found on the Company's Corporate Governance section of this website.