Environmental, social, and governance (ESG)

Environmental, social, and governance (ESG)


When undertaking all current and future business activities, we are committed to minimising our environmental impact.

To assess the potential impact of the Robe Mesa project on various aspects of the environment the following work has been undertaken:


CZR always looks to find ways to support the communities in which we operate.

We work openly and transparently by regularly communicating with community stakeholders and undertaking indigenous engagement.

In December 2022, CZR and the Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation (RRKAC) entered into the Robe Mesa Project Agreement.

The Agreement sets out the framework and approvals for the purpose of:

The Agreement was reached through a collaborative approach, with a focus on current and future benefits for both parties.  CZR has undertaken to minimise disturbance to Robe River Kuruma country, through customised commitments about the way mining is conducted that respects RRK People’s cultural concerns, particularly around minimising water extraction and protecting areas of cultural heritage significance.


CZR Resources seeks to adhere to the highest standards of ethics and compliance, and operate at all times within local laws, statutory regulations and licence conditions.

When making business decisions and when operating in the field, we take into account the impact of environmental, health and safety issues.

The Board is committed to sustainable operations practices, and continually evaluates our sustainability performance against best practice and our peers.

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