Dr Tony Hodge

Senior Scholar, The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining Engineering, Queen’s University

In September 2015, Dr. Hodge stepped down after serving seven years as President of the International Council on Mining and Metals. His career has included assignments in the private sector, with government, in quasi-judicial processes, in civil society organisations, in communities, and with Indigenous peoples.

Throughout this time he has explored both technical and social dimensions of achieving human and ecosystem well-being, seeking common ground between actors and integrating multiple values into the solutions to some of the most difficult socio-technical-environmental-financial challenges facing today’s society.

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