2021 Sustainability Report

Newmont has a long history of taking a leading approach to environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. Our 2021 Sustainability Report provides a transparent and detailed look at topics and our progress on public targets that matter most to key stakeholders.

The report also provides leadership insights on significant issues facing the broader global mining industry and Newmont’s perspective on addressing those challenges.

2021 Climate Report

Prepared in alignment with the Recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), Newmont’s 2021 Climate Report outlines our approach to managing climate related risks and opportunities for our business, our strategy and financial planning. The report further details the efforts necessary to maintain operational resilience under different climate-related scenarios.

2021 Taxes and Royalties Contribution Report

Newmont believes that transparency is essential to building credibility and trust with stakeholders. In our inaugural Taxes and Royalties Contribution Report, we disclose our tax strategy and our significant economic contributions to host communities and governments as part of our commitment to shared value creation. The disclosures in the report align with requirements of the GRI 207: Tax 2019 global standard for tax transparency.

2021 Tax Report

2021 Climate and Sustainability Summary

Strong ESG performance and transparent reporting are integral to the way we conduct business. This executive summary provides a high level view of our 2021 Sustainability Report and Climate Report, focusing on key metrics and critical components, including sustainability targets and our approach to managing climate change.

Climate and Sustainability Summary

Public Targets

Newmonts public sustainability targets demonstrate our commitment to transparency, to improving our ability to manage risks, and to providing insight into key areas of social and environmental performance.

Performance Against 2021 Sustainability Targets

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Leadership Insights

Newmont continues to lead the industry in its ESG practices and looks far beyond today’s actions to identify and understand potential threats and opportunities to the Company’s business activities, the industry overall, and issues important to our stakeholders. The following four issues are examined in this year’s sustainability report through the Leadership Insights series:

Tom Palmer

Diversity, Equity and

Tom Palmer, President and CEO, speaks on issues related to building, and benefitting from, a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce.

Nancy Buese and Steve Gottesfeld

Sustainable Financing, Reporting and Governance Trends

Nancy Buese, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and Steve Gottesfeld, Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability and External Affairs Officer, examine how Newmont is aligning its finances, operations and reporting with environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors and evolving stakeholder expectations.

Rob Atkinson and Dean Gehring

Innovation, Technology and Automation

Rob Atkinson, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and Dean Gehring, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, provide insights into the role that technology, innovation and automation will play in making Newmont, and mining, more sustainable.

Briana Gunn

Climate Change, Biodiversity and Water

Briana Gunn, Group Executive, Environment, looks at the intersecting impacts of mining, climate change, biodiversity, and water, and how we can move toward a truly sustainable world.

2021 Sustainability Reporting Downloads

Included in this section are Newmont’s 2021 sustainability reporting elements which include our conflict free statements, ESG data tables, assurance statement, and more.

Expand the Archived Reports menu to access previous Newmont and Goldcorp annual sustainability reports. Financial information is available for download at Reports & Filings.