The importance of local impacts was recognised in the CSI’s Agenda for Action in 2002 and reaffirmed in the 2012 CSI Progress Report. An increasing number of members are now providing data; and co-operation with local communities and other interested stakeholders has increased significantly.
|i||% of quarries with quarry rehabilitation plans in place||24% - 100%||13 / 15 reporting members|
|ii||% of quarries with community engagement plans in place||24% - 100%
||13 / 15 reporting members|
|iii||% of quarries with high value (according to KPI 1) where biodiversity where biodiversity management plans are actively implemented||
38% - 100%
14 / 15 reporting members
The KPI on biodiversity was updated by CSI members in early 2009 and constantly under view, to ensure that more meaningful information is available on the biodiversity activities carried out at quarries. The present version of CSI KPIs on rehabilitation and biodiversity are as follows:
Rehabilitation KPI: % of active quarries with quarry rehabilitation plans in place
Biodiversity KPI 1: Number of active quarries within, containing or adjacent to areas designated for their high biodiversity value (number and coverage), biodiversity value as defined by GRI EN11
Biodiversity KPI 2: % of quarries with high biodiversity value (according to KPI 1) where biodiversity management plans are actively implemented
Click here to view the Progress Report online.