FYI Resources Joins UN Global Compact to Enhance ESG Future

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After its application to join the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in Australia was approved, FYI Resources Ltd. officially joined the UNGC.

This move shows that FYI is serious about putting universal sustainability principles and UN goals into practice through the development of its critical minerals project.

The company thinks that the UN's sustainability principles go well with FYI's plans to make innovative, low-carbon HPA.

FYI is part of a network of more than 16,000 companies from more than 60 countries that share best practices and new ways to improve ESG around the world.

The company will agree to use the UN SDGs as their ESG framework. FYI considers this to be critical to its commitment to a sustainable future.

“FYI is proud to be a member of the UNGC and supports their sustainability goals," FYI managing director Roland Hill said.

"Our innovative low-carbon HPA project has good project investment metrics and strong environmental, social, and governance (ESG) advantages over current HPA production, which will lead to a better ESG future."

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