This work deals with the influences of the main socio-environmental factors that involve the definition of future scenarios of mine closure plans. It focuses on strategic specificities that could provide leverage to increment human development and environmental succession after closure, including guidelines that may influence initial or preventive planning, or the ongoing performance of the project operations.
Weber, M. & Brandt, W. (2007). Influence of socio-environmental factors on future closure plans. In A. B. Fourie, M. Tibbett, & J. Wiertz (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Mine Closure. Australian Centre for Geomechanics, Santiago (pp. 129-138).