A sustainable livelihood framework to implement CSR project in coal mining sector
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in mining areas has increased momentum especially in countries like India where it has been made mandatory. The primary objective of this paper is to document actual social challenges of mining in field areas and find out how companies in the coal sector can work in a systematic manner to achieve uplift of affected communities. The first part of the paper draws evidence from three different bodies of literature, i.e. CSR and coal mining, capacity building and livelihood generation in mining areas. We try to converge the literature to propose a novel framework for livelihood generation work through capacity building with the help of CSR investments. The paper also documents a live case of planning and the implementation of capacity building activities in Muriadih coal mines in the Jharkhand state of India and offers lessons to both business and policy makers. The proposed framework has only been experimented in a local context, yet has the potential to be replicated in other mining areas.
Narula, Sapna A.; Magray, Muneer A.; and Desore, Anupriya
"A sustainable livelihood framework to implement CSR project in coal mining sector,"
Journal of Sustainable Mining: Vol. 16
, Article 3.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.46873/2300-3960.1155
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