401.25HectaresAt the beginning of 2020, there are about 401.25 hectares of land which has been disturbed without restoration. By the end of 2020, we have 956.39 hectares of disturbed land and 401.25 hectares of newly-restored land more.
We have fully realized that the biological diversity is closely related to human physical and mental health, air, drinking water, soil, climate and environment. We do our best to protect the fragile ecosystem, habitats and endangered species are from being damaged, and have made reasonable plans for mine closure responsibly. We follow the relevant laws and regulations of the country where the project is located. We respect the biological diversity, and make pre-assessment, plans together with restoration and reconstruction for land use, so as to minimize the disturbance of mining activities to animals, plants and the land.