Video Productions

Video Productions

Company sustainability reports and other publications are highly informative, but often do not reach key intended stakeholders.

When information complementing such sustainability reports is conveyed in a high-impact video, viewers connect to impacted individuals on a more human, emotional level.  Also, short video pieces are social media-friendly content which can reach literally billions of individuals around the world.

At Resource Initiatives, we specialize in producing sustainability videos. In these videos, we show the positive affects that company operations have on host communities and economies by showcasing the people whose lives have been directly impacted by the industries.

Social License on the Global Stage

Maureen Upton discusses stakeholder relations in the digital age, as Conference Chair of the 116th National Western Mining Conference and as keynote speaker at the Denver Gold Group luncheon.

Using Video in Sustainable Mining Communications

Resource Initiatives takes a look at how video can be used to portray the negative side of mining, and, how the positive story can be uniquely conveyed
by video as well.

Social Media and the Mining Sustainability Dialogue

This video highlights the Resource Initiatives workshop on “Using New Media in the Mining Sustainability Dialogue” at the PDAC 2013 conference. Industry experts from the world’s leading mining companies – Barrick, Newmont, Rio Tinto, Gold Fields and Inmet –explore the digital age in the sustainable mining dialogue during the oversubscribed, standing-room-only session.  For press coverage of the event, click here.

Borax in Business

Overview of Rio Tinto Minerals global business operations, including the industrial uses of borates, and RTM’s California-based borax mine.

Gold and Economic Development in Peru

Video produced by Resource Initiatives for World Gold Council on the national and local economic impacts of gold mining in Peru.


These stories can include workers and residents who benefit from job creation and the resulting economic development, including community projects such as schools, health care clinics, dams, water treatment plants, roads, transportation, communications infrastructure, and more.

The videos can be distributed to the media, as well as all of the stakeholders in an operation, including:

  • employees
  • residents
  • government officials
  • non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • shareholders and investors
  • trade organizations
  • socially responsible investors (SRIs)

For more information on our customized video productions, please call (303) 638-4193, or e-mail

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