Are you ready for the Green Tiger pathway to increased profitability that fosters local socioeconomic development? 

Has your domestic or Foreign Direct Investment profitability lost traction as your risks have grown?

Do your resource development project face unforeseen operational risk?

The Green Program defines a new business model that bridges the divide between corporate profitability and the local communities needs for economic development.  We combine Corporate Visions & Goals with Corporate Social Responsibility strategies into our unique Socio-Economically Responsible business model to enhance profitability by driving local socioeconomic development. 

Our Socioeconomic Business Model is a new practical, FDI business strategy that combines increased profitability and Corporate Social Responsibility goals for global companies and investment fund.  Our strategies bridge the cultural divide between FDI projects and local communities to foster sustainability and profitability goals for global companies and investment funds.  Our Socio-Economic Resource Development Model (SERD) focuses on post-conflict and other resource rich developing countries that transforms operational inefficiencies, illegal financial flows, instability, the cultural effects of extreme poverty and corruption into a driving force for peace and stability to encourage the success of the FDI projects and the Millennium Development Goals and Africa Mining Vision.


Tomorrow is too late for solutions The Green Program delivers TODAY!

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Socioeconomic Mineral Resource & FDI Certification is required.


Examples of man-made, known risks that resulted in avoidable loss of life, community, environmental & infrastructure destruction.

The Green Monitoring Program mitigates risks for the benefit of people,
communities, the environment and profitability.  More...

Polley Mountain, B.C. Canada  August 2014.
Dangerous Substance Holding Pond failure
A summary of material dumped into the tailings pon
d filed last year with Environment Canada listed 326 tonnes of nickel, over 400,000 kilograms of arsenic, 177,000 kilograms of lead and 18,400 tonnes of copper and its compounds.

Oso, Washington, USA
March 2014
Landslide

Risk of land slides in the area known for 50 years. 41 People lost their lives. Major highway destroyed.

Kingston TVA, Tennessee, USA 
December 2008

Coal Ash Holding Pond Failure Release of 5.4 million cubic yards [4.1 million cubic metres] of coal ash.
Total cost of the spill
$1.2 billion (est)

Total 30 year cost for The Green Monitoring Program = $20 million. What is a better solution for communities, environmental protection & profitability?



Cleanup cost as of May 2010 
$268.2 million
Liability Settlement $27.8 million
Total cost for the spill
$1.2 billion (est)

 

The Green Programs help you understand and mitigate risks, develop local communities and increase profitability ~ no matter where in the world you operate.









The Green Program "Conflict Minerals" Certification and Sourcing.

Our industrial minerals and 3T&G "conflict minerals" sourcing and certification is cost-efficient, transparent, scientifically based compliance that exceeds the 10 Core Value Principles of the UN Global Compact, OECD Minerals Supply Chain Due Diligence Guidelines, US Dodd-Frank 1502 & 1503 Legislation, OFAC, FCPA, US SEC Rules and EU Directives.  More.. 

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Socio-Economic Resource Development Model (SERD)

A new, practical Foreign Direct Investment model that improves livelihoods for people and increases profitability for resource development companies in conflict-affected and high-risk resource rich developing countries especially in Africa.  The SERD Model transforms operational inefficiencies, illegal financial flows, instability, the cultural effects of extreme poverty and corruption into a driving force for peace and stability to encourage the success of the Millennium Development Goals and the Africa Mining Vision.  More...