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Responsibility

Responsibility

At Teck, the pursuit of sustainability guides our approach to business. Our sustainability strategy sets long-term goals to drive improved performance across our activities, including going carbon neutral by 2050. We are focused on responsibly mining the metals and materials essential for the modern world and the global transition to a low-carbon economy.

2020 Sustainability Report

2020 Sustainability Report

Teck’s 2020 Sustainability Report marks our 20th year of annual reporting on the topics that are most material to our stakeholders and to our business.

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Our Approach to Sustainability

Teck is committed to responsible resource development. We are focused on operating sustainably, ensuring the health and safety of our people, and building strong relationships with communities. 

Our comprehensive sustainability strategy has goals that stretch through to 2050 in eight strategic themes:

 

Policies and Commitments

Policies and Commitments

We are committed to responsible business practices in all aspects of our activities. The Safety and Sustainability (S&S) Committee of the Board of Directors provides policy direction and monitors the Company’s environmental, social and safety performance. The Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) Risk Management Committee, chaired by the CEO, is a senior management committee that sets priorities and direction for HSEC Management programs and tracks performance.

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Global Citizenship

Global Citizenship

Teck is working to promote best practices in our industry and to help improve the lives of people around the world through initiatives such as our Zinc & Health and Copper & Health programs. We are also helping to support progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Teck

As one of Canada’s leading mining companies, Teck is committed to responsible mining and mineral development with major business units focused on copper, zinc, and steelmaking coal, as well as investments in energy assets.