Pan American Silver provides enhanced exposure to silver through large silver reserves and catalysts to grow silver production.
|All-in sustaining costs per silver or gold ounce sold, net of by-product credits
|The variety of living organisms, genetic diversity, habitat diversity that create and sustain variation in the environment
|Cash costs per payable ounce of silver or gold, net of by-product credits
|Refers to the potential positive impacts related to climate change on an organization. Efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change can produce opportunities for organizations, such as through resource efficiency and cost savings, the adoption and utilization of low-emission energy sources, the development of new products and services, and building resilience along the supply chain. Climate-related opportunities will vary depending on the region, market, and industry in which an organization operates.
|Refers to the potential negative impacts of climate change on an organization. Physical risks emanating from climate change can be event-driven (acute) such as increased severity of extreme weather events (e.g., cyclones, droughts, floods, and fires). They can also relate to longer-term shifts (chronic) in precipitation and temperature and increased variability in weather patterns (e.g., sea level rise). Climate-related risks can also be associated with the transition to a lower-carbon global economy, the most common of which relate to policy and legal actions, technology changes, market responses, and reputational considerations.
|Carbon dioxide equivalent
|Corporate social responsibility
|Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
|An Independent institution whose mission is to develop and disseminate globally applicable sustainability reporting guidelines
|Health, safety and environment
|Liquefied petroleum gas
|Lost time injury frequency, calculated as the total number of accidents per million hours worked
|Lost time injury severity, calculated as the number of days lost to injury per million hours worked
|Mining Association of Canada
|Sustainability performance indicators contained in the Global Reporting Initiative Standards framework
|Pan American Silver
|Publicly Available 2°C Scenario
|Refers to a 2°C scenario that is (1) used/referenced and issued by an independent body; (2) wherever possible, supported by publicly available datasets; (3) updated on a regular basis; and (4) linked to functional tools (e.g., visualizers, calculators, and mapping tools) that can be applied by organizations.
|A process for identifying and assessing a potential range of outcomes of future events under conditions of uncertainty. In the case of climate change, for example, scenarios allow an organization to explore and develop an understanding of how the physical and transition risks of climate change may impact its businesses, strategies, and financial performance over time.
|Refers to all direct GHG emissions.
|Refers to indirect GHG emissions from consumption of purchased electricity, heat, or steam.
|Refers to other indirect emissions not covered in Scope 2 that occur in the value chain of the reporting company, including both upstream and downstream emissions. Scope 3 emissions could include: the extraction and production of purchased materials and fuels, transport-related activities in vehicles not owned or controlled by the reporting entity, electricity-related activities (e.g., transmission and distribution losses), outsourced activities, and waste disposal.
|Significant Environmental Incident
|Unit of weight equivalent to 1,000 kilograms (2,205 lb)
|Towards Sustainable Mining (Mining Association of Canada Program)