The Lundin Foundation is connected to a global community committed to knowledge sharing, collaboration and elevating best practices.
Our team is dedicated to forging partnerships and memberships with international organizations that share our commitment to ensuring resource operations mobilize local economic opportunities and benefit surrounding communities. We strive to share best practices, promote continuous learning and contribute to a diverse pool of global expertise to address pressing Environmental and Social Governance (ESG) topics. This enables us to effectively respond to emerging trends within the industry which elevates ESG performance across the Lundin Group of companies.
We are very proud to partner with and be active members of the following organizations.
- Devonshire Initiative
The Lundin Foundation recently joined the Devonshire Initiative (DI), a Canada-based multi-stakeholder forum focused on improving community development outcomes in the extractives’ context.
- Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
The Lundin Foundation is a supporter of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), which seeks to strengthen public and corporate governance, promote understanding of natural resource management, and provide data for greater transparency and accountability in the extractives sector.
- UNICEF Canada
The Lundin Foundation recently entered a three-year partnership with UNICEF Canada in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in support of the Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on integrating children’s considerations into social performance across the Lundin Group of Companies.
- The Swedish National Advisory Board for Impact Investing
The Lundin Foundation has been a member of the Swedish National Advisory Board for impact investing since 2018, with a focus on supporting start-ups offering solutions to a low carbon future in Sweden and Norway.
To learn more about these organizations and our current work please visit our Partnerships & Memberships page.