Data & Reporting

Hecla voluntarily engages with a variety of organizations and frameworks at a global and national level to ensure that we are disclosing performance data and adhering to the highest standards of ESG policies and performance.

Global Reporting Institute and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board

Hecla prepared the Sustainability Report with reference to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards for the first time in 2021. For the fourth year, we benchmarked our performance against the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Metals and Mining standards.

Our GRI and SASB metrics can be found in our 2021 Sustainability Report.

2021 Hecla Sustainability Report

This report outlines our environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals, performance, and focus areas.

Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)

2021 is the second year we are reportingꦏ against relevant aspects of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures () by incorporating climate-related risks and opportunities into our risk management and strategic planning processes.

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Hecla was the first U.S. hard rock mining company to achieve certification in 2016 under the National Mining Association’s system, a voluntary, scalable, mining-specific safety and health management system. Casa Berardi was the first international mine to achieve certification in 2018.
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Mining Association of Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining Framework (TSM)

The program being implemented at our Case Berardi Mine in Quebec is a systematic approach that allows mining companies to turn high-level environmental and social commitments into action on the ground.
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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Hecla recognizes that each (UN SDG) is important, and we indirectly contribute in some way to the majority of them. We have prioritized the SDGs that align most directly with our business, corporate strategy, sustainability efforts, and stakeholder expectations, while also representing our greatest opportunities to contribute further to the goals.
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