CONTENTS<br />There is no future without mining<br />And there can be no mining without caring about the future<br />01 Introduction 02 Mining Industry03 Company Background04 Business Overview05 CSR at Vale06 Recommendation 07 Reference<br />
03Company Background<br />1. Numbers in VALE<br />1904 founded<br />115,000 employees<br />5continents<br />35 countries<br />14.93 billion dallars revenue in 2010<br />2nd largest mining company in the world <br />3<br />
03Company Background<br />2. Vision, Mission, and Values<br />“To be the largest mining company in the world, and to surpass the established standards of excellence in research, development, project implementation and business operations” <br />Vision<br />MIission <br />“To transform mineral resources into prosperity and sustainable development” <br /><ul><li> Ethics and Transparency
05CSR at VALE<br />4. Environmental Management<br />Waste management<br />34.1% reduction in generation of oil-contaminated<br />Water Resource Management<br />Recycle 76% of water usage <br />Energy management<br />- In 2010, decrease energy consumption in Canada by 5%<br /> - Invested in palm oil, eco-friendly raw material for biodiesel production<br />Risk management<br /> Corporate, business units, operational activities<br />12<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />5. Climate Change <br />Vale Carbon program<br /> $3million investment to cut gas emissions and eliminate carbon. <br />Greenhouse Gas Emissions<br /> - 22% reduction in direct CO2 emissions in 2009<br /> - 40% reduction in indirect CO2 emissions in 2009 <br />Climate Change Letter<br /> - Signed agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2012 <br /> - Approved by United Nations Leadership Forum on Climate Change<br />13<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />6. Biodiversity<br />- Vale operations interact with 2,850 plant species and 3,400animal species of<br /> which 114 are in danger of extinction. Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)<br />- 9% of their total land is located on legally protected land<br />- 28% of land located in high biodiversity value areas <br />14<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />7. Vale Florestar<br />Started in 2007 to promote reforestation on degraded areas with native and<br />exotic species<br /> - Objective: recover 300,000 hectares of Amazon forest. <br /> - Result: <br /><ul><li>64 farms in 95,000 hectares reforested</li></ul>- 59,500 hectares with native forest protected<br />- 32,000 hectares for commercial plantations<br /><ul><li>11 million of new plants.
In 2007, 873 people were working directly or indirectly with this project</li></ul>15<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />8. Vale Foundation<br /><ul><li>Vale Foundation programs are active in Brazil, Colombia and Mozambique.
Investing in education supporting schools and creating literacy programs, sport activities and health care.
Partnership with several governments to develop all the areas. </li></ul>16<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />9. Institution of Technology Vale<br /><ul><li>Investing in innovation and new technologies for mining
$2.3 million in 80 graduate scholarships</li></ul>17<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />10. Human Right<br />VALE’s Spheres of Influence to respect and promote human rights<br />18<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />10. Human Right<br />Employees<br /> They are creating great conditions for their employees and they are enforcing <br /> their personal and professional education<br />Supply chain<br /> Vale is creating strong relationships with its suppliers and investigating and <br /> preventing child abuses and workers conditions<br />19<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />10. Human Right<br />Local Communities<br /> Respect to local cultures<br />Governments<br /> Working together with governments to improve local human rights.<br /> In addition, align with all the government legislations<br />Society in general<br /> Vale is actively involved in the improvement of the society and that can be proved<br /> from Vale’s membership and acceptance of the following organizations or contracts: <br /> United Nations Global Compact ,UN Universal Declaration of Human, International <br /> Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), International Labor Organization (ILO)<br />20<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />11. Examples<br /><ul><li>ISO 14001 standards
Vale decreased the waste in aluminum area from 42.000 tons to 4.400 tons
18% of the managers globally and 1.400 employees received training
In 2009 is creating the code of for its suppliers
In 2007 Vale becomes a member of UN Global Compact
Vale has a Governance and Sustainability Committee</li></ul>21<br />
05CSR at VALE<br />12. External opinions about Vale<br />Economist calls the company “Valuable Vale”<br />"Vale has successfully aligned its CSR efforts with its existing business “ – Forbes<br />Vale not part of Dow Jones Sustainability Index<br />“U.N. Global Compact recognizes Vale’s Sustainability Report” - U.N.<br />Vale rises from B+ in 2007 to A+ score in 2009<br />22<br />