Advancing Together With Barrick Gold


August 11, 2016

Using only what we need

Dewatering diverts fresh water away from our mines in northern Nevada


July 21, 2016

Water monitoring and why mining companies do it

TAKE A LOOK AT OUR WATER MANAGEMENT INFOGRAPHIC (PDF)Have you ever wondered what the chemical composition of your water is? Claudio Andrade has. Andrade, Barrick’s Manager of Environmental Chemistry, advises Barrick operations all over the world on matters related to water monitoring and geochemistry, the study of the composition of the earth’s materials and their interaction with water.Andrade helps the company interpret baseline water measurements and environmental conditions around prospective mine sites before a mine...


July 14, 2016

A deep dive: How Barrick uses water

A message from our President


May 18, 2016

Hemlo Mine reduces emissions by 24 percent, captures Canadian industry award

Optimizing the mine's underground ventilation system drives down energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions


April 21, 2016

This Earth Day, trees and remediation take center stage

For a mining company, remediation is a process of returning the environment of a mine site to a stable condition that is similar to — if not better than — before the mine opened.


March 22, 2016

World Water Day 2016 focuses on water and jobs

Today is World Water Day and this year’s theme is jobs and water. At Barrick, we employ hundreds of people to manage this precious resource responsibly.


November 10, 2015

Barrick named carbon disclosure leader in Canada

Barrick earned the highest disclosure score in the Canadian materials sector


October 15, 2015

Barrick supports wetland restoration and captive breeding program at the Toronto Zoo

Barrick is partnering with the Toronto Zoo to support wetlands conservation and programming, as well as restoration, education and outreach.The company will provide funding for the zoo’s Wildlife Health Centre, which supports infrastructure for wetlands and biodiversity programming. This includes the Turtle Head Start and Amphibian Rescue facilities, which house internal breeding and release programs. The Toronto Zoo will also use part of the funds to add and restore wetland areas on its property, which...