Investing in the communities in which we operate is a significant part of our ethos.

Commitment to our communities

Dedicated to the Communities of The Republic of Guinea

As a family, we value loyalty and respect for our fellow humans, wildlife and the environment; that’s why we will never purchase a natural resource concession without giving something back to the community, as plans are being drawn up for the purchase of a natural resource concession, so are the plans to detail how we can help the local people.

Our Environmental Social and Governance policy is at the heart of Seventy Ninth Resources and over the past year, we have committed to regenerating an entire village, provide essentials in healthcare and education, offer well-paid employment to locals and fund the creation of animal sanctuaries.

Accredited by the United Nations Global Compact, Green Mark and the International Organization for Standardization, we ensure that we align to their best practices, policies and procedures, enabling us to operate in the most sustainable manner.

Commitment to our communities

Dedicated to the Communities of The Republic of Guinea

As a family, we value loyalty and respect for our fellow humans, wildlife and the environment; that’s why we will never purchase a mining concession without giving something back to the community, as plans are being drawn up for the purchase of a mining concession, so are the plans to detail how we can help the local people.

Our Environmental Social and Governance policy is at the heart of Seventy Ninth Resources and over the past year, we have committed to regenerating an entire village, provide essentials in healthcare and education, offer well-paid employment to locals and fund the creation of animal sanctuaries.

Accredited by the United Nations Global Compact, Green Mark and the International Organization for Standardization, we ensure that we align to their best practices, policies and procedures, enabling us to operate in the most sustainable manner.

Environmental

In an industry essential to the modern world, mineral exploration benefits the regular person in almost every aspect of their everyday life, from gold in mobile phones and silver in your cutlery drawer to lithium that powers your new electric car. Without minerals, the world would be a very different place, in more ways than one.

An unfortunate consequence of mining is the damage that it does to the planet; it’s an invasive process that, without the correct restoration procedures in place, can devastate the landscape, cause deforestation and contaminate water supplies.

At Seventy Ninth Resources, we value transparency and refuse to idealise the impact of mineral exploration; our enhanced due diligence enables us to investigate the environmental and climate change risk, energy and water efficiencies and implement plans to counteract the environmental impact.

Our natural resource concessions are located in areas populated with beautiful creatures such as the Western Chimpanzee and Hippopotamus. Unfortunately, other mining companies have destroyed their habitats in their expeditions, exposing these animals to hunger, death, and even being sold on the black market.

We are committed to protecting the lives of the creatures that inhabit the lands of our mining concessions and have pledged to fund the creation of sanctuaries to safeguard the lives of these animals for generations.

Social

The communities of the Republic of Guinea have been incredibly supportive of our family for many years and without their help, Seventy Ninth™ Resources wouldn’t be where it is today. We believe in investing in the communities that live within our lands and in giving back to those who have helped us throughout the past decade.

Our Chairman, Dave Webster and Directors, Jake and Curtis Webster have spent weeks at a time in the Republic of Guinea and have seen first-hand the issues that need to be addressed. Seventy Ninth™ Resources has vowed to enhance the living standards within the community by:

Funding the creation of a local school, medical centre and medical staff

Offering local employment and paying a fair wage

Supplying tools and equipment through agricultural possibilities

Providing clean water and environmentally-friendly reusable bottles

Governance

At Seventy Ninth Resources, we ensure that we engage with the leading figures in the legal and finance sector to mitigate risks to both the company and it’s stakeholders.

Our Board consists of some of the most well-respected names in industry including Andy Cole CBE, former Senior Director of HM Revenue & Customers. Adrienne Kelbie CBE is an expert in nuclear regulation and leading voice on women in mining. Her passion for philanthropy within the Republic of Guinea strongly aligns to the ethos of Seventy Ninth Resources.