ESG AT A GLANCEEnvironmentalWaste and pollutionWater use and qualityClimate impacts and emissionsEcosystems and biodiversitySite restorationSocialImpacts on communitiesHuman rights and rights of Indigenous PeoplesOccupational health and safetyDiversity, equity, and inclusionResettlement and risks to cultural heritageGOVERNANCEBoard composition and independenceBoard ESG risk oversight and managementExecutive compensationAudit quality, transparency, and disclosureAnti-bribery and corruption
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS ESG?
ESG stands for the Environmental, Social, and Governance considerations that investors use to assess the possible risk created by a company's sustainability performance.
WHY IS ESG IMPORTANT?
Expectations for companies are changing. Resource investments are increasingly directed to companies that can demonstrate responsible operations and strong sustainability risk management.
WHY DOES DGC DISCLOSE ITS SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE?
Dakota Gold Corp. has established initial measurable sustainability objectives and is developing specific ESG performance metrics. To demonstrate its commitment to responsible operations and its commitment to transparency, Dakota Gold Corp. is disclosings its goals and performance with its stakeholders and shareholders.
HOW DOES DAKOTA GOLD DISCLOSE ITS SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE?
Dakota Gold Corp. transparently discloses its sustainability objectives and performance in an annual ESG report. The inaugural 2021 ESG report can be viewed here. Dakota Gold intends to begin evolving its ESG reporting towards alignment with globally recognized standards for corporate sustainability reporting in 2022.
As a local South Dakota company, operating within an ESG framework isn’t just part of our business, it is a natural extension of our culture and values. We are part of the community and have every incentive to treat our community and our environment with the utmost care and respect.”
Stephen O'Rourke, Co-Chairman and Director
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