2022 Sustainability

Newmont’s purpose is to create value and improve lives through sustainable and responsible mining. This suite of reports is our commitment to sharing our approach to responsibly managing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and impacts of our business with our stakeholders.

2022 Sustainability Report

Newmont has a long history of leadership in environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and we know that transparency is essential to building credibility and trust with stakeholders. Each year, Newmont releases a suite of reports to provide a more detailed look at our efforts and highlight our commitment to being a sustainable business with an enduring commitment to creating shared value.

Our 2022 Sustainability Report addresses several ESG-focused topics, global industry-related issues and our progress on public targets that matter most to key stakeholders.

Our 2022 Taxes and Royalties Contribution Report aligns with the GRI 207: Tax 2019 and discloses our tax strategy and significant economic contributions to host communities and governments.

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Climate Report

2022 Taxes and Royalties Contribution Report

Newmont continues to lead the industry in its ESG practices and in looking ahead to identify and understand potential risks and opportunities to the Company's business activities, the industry overall, and issues important to our stakeholders. In this year's Leadership Insights series, Newmont’s leaders address four points related to the global 'just transition' movement and their impact on our business and the mining industry.

Mining’s Responsibility for a Just Transition

Peter Toth, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy and Sustainability Officer, discusses the 'just transition' movement in the mining industry and the challenges and opportunities it presents.

Adapting to Climate Change

Briana Gunn, Group Executive, Environment, shares her thoughts on how planning and implementing decarbonization and adaptation measures requires understanding areas of interaction and  the potential beneficial and negative effects on people and the environment.

Evolution of the Workforce

Melissa Gustafson, Vice President, Talent Management, examines the evolution of our workforce as it relates to a ‘just transition’ and its impact on talent and skill requirements.

Human-Centered Approach

Nick Cotts, Senior Vice President, External Relations, shares why it’s important that companies take a human-centered approach as it relates to a ‘just transition.’

Newmont’s public sustainability targets demonstrate our commitment to transparency, to improving our ability to manage risks, and to providing insight into key areas of social and environmental performance.

Strong ESG performance and transparent reporting are integral to the way we conduct business. Available in multiple languages, this executive summary provides a high level view of our 2022 Sustainability Report and Climate Report, focusing on key metrics and critical components, including sustainability targets and our approach to managing climate change.

Expand the Archived Reports menu to access previous Newmont, Goldcorp and Newcrest annual sustainability reports. Financial information is available for download at Reports & Filings.