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Implications and implementation of the SDLO

In an era characterized by unprecedented governance complexity and an urgent imperative for sustainable development,239 current modes of governance for mining are not fit-for-purpose. The SDLO framework presented in chapter 10 is advocated as a flexible means of enabling different actors to highlight specific deficiencies of mineral resources governance in specific contexts, using the normative lens of the 2030 Agenda and other global commitments concerning the environment and sustainable development. It therefore provides an entry point and reference frame for navigating the complex nexus of issues and challenges associated with the extractive sector, in order to identify actions needed to realize the 2030 Agenda’s vision of a better future.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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