ABOUT RESPONSIBLE MINING FOUNDATION
With over 400 member companies, the Responsible Minerals Initiative is one of the most widely used and respected resources for companies in various industries tackling issues of responsible mineral sourcing in their supply chains.
Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) International Center for Tantalum-Niobium Studies (T.I.C.) United States Fashion Industry Association (USFIA)
Members of the association
Global Electronics Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) Japan Association of Electronics and Information Technology Industries (JEITA) Verband der Automobilindustrie (VDA) World Gold Council.
Acer-Airbus/Amazon.com, Inc./Apple Inc/BASF SE/BlackBerry/BMW Group/Boeing/Caterpillar/Daimler AG/Dell Inc./Disney/Ericsson/Facebook/Ford Motor Company/Fujitsu/General Motors Company/Glencore plc/Goodyear/Hewlett-Packard Enterprise/Hisense USA Corporation/Honda North America, Inc./HP Inc/Huawei/Hunday IT/IBM Corporation/Johnson & Johnson/LG Electronics/Lenovo/Lexmark/Microsoft/NIKE/Nikon Corporation/Panasonic Corporation/Philips/Samsung Electronics/Schneider Electric/Sharp/Sony Group Corporation/Toshiba Corp./Toyota/Tesla Motors/Texas Instruments/Verizon/Vodafone/Volkswagen Group/Volvo Car Corporation/Volvo Group/Whirlpool/Xerox Corporation
We use these binding and voluntary repositories to measure the impact on the grounds of companies and other mining organizations. The fight against poverty, inequalities, food insecurity, climate, human rights, women rights, children rights, indigenous people’s rights, elderly rights, gender phenomenon, minerals smuggling, conflict, and insecurity at mining sites are our assessment priorities.