ESG PRACTICES

American Lithium is committed to adhering to the highest standards of corporate governance, social accountability, and environmental stewardship – commonly referred to as ESG principles and practices.

Our board of directors regularly reviews our activities to ensure full compliance, best business practices, and complete transparency in all that we do. To this end, we are committed to ensuring that the interests of the company and its many stakeholders are synergistically aligned to develop sustainable, long-term businesses that benefit the communities in which we operate.

Environmental

The responsible stewardship of the local environment where we operate is at the heart of our corporate values.

  • We work to minimize the environmental impact of our activities at all times
  • We aim to offset our activities by engaging in outreach initiatives to improve the local environment

American Lithium has a sustainable business model with a low carbon footprint

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TLC LITHIUM

  • Entire resource above the water table
  • No groundwater, runoff, or watershed issues
  • Water rights secured through the acquisition of a nearby ranch
  • Low mercury, low arsenic, low radioactivity (uranium)
  • Low contaminants in waste material
  • Lithium mineralization at surface
  • Suitable to conventional mining methods
  • Baseline studies have confirmed no species or habitat protected under the Endangered Species Act are present within the Project Area.

FALCHANI LITHIUM

  • Entire resource above the water table
  • No groundwater, runoff, or watershed issues in deposit
  • Abundant available groundwater and river systems nearby
  • Low mercury, low arsenic, no radioactivity (uranium)
  • Low contaminants in waste material
  • In-specification Battery Grade LCE produced in lab (>99.5% lithium carbonate)
  • Lithium mineralization outcrops at surface
  • Suitable to conventional open-pit mining methods
  • Exploration Environmental Baseline studies (DIA) have confirmed no species or protected habitat are present within the Project Area.
  • Archeological studies indicate no sites of significance – communities on side for future development
  • EIA Baseline study work has recently commenced for permitting future mining operation

MACUSANI URANIUM

  • Entire resource above the water table
  • No groundwater, runoff, or watershed issues in deposit
  • Abundant available groundwater and river systems nearby
  • Entire resource above the water table
  • No groundwater, runoff, or watershed issues in deposit
  • Abundant available groundwater and river systems nearby
  • Uranium mineralization outcrops at surface with low strip ratio
  • Suitable to conventional open-pit mining methods
  • Exploration Environmental Baseline studies (DIA) have confirmed no species or protected habitats are present within the Project Area.
  • Archeological studies indicate a small number of sites of significance without impacting the proposed mining or processing sites – communities on the side for future development
  • EIA Baseline study work has recently commenced for permitting future mining operation

Social

We are committed to human rights, gender equality, responsible labour practices, as well as an emphasis on health and safety in our workforce.

  • We value what matters to the local community. The nurturing of our social licence will be integral to the success of our businesses and the prosperity of local communities
  • Our approach to community outreach is to ask, discuss and listen. This includes engaging in regular dialogue and consultation with all local stakeholders
American Lithium is committed to implementing on sound corporate governance to ensure the corporation is directed and managed openly and fairly in accordance with high ethical and legal standards.

Community

Wherever we operate, we are committed to respecting local values, customs and culture. Our community programs include the following:

  • the creation of well-paying employment
  • local infrastructure improvement
  • support for community enhancement initiatives
  • prioritization for sourcing local goods and services
  • regular consultation with the local community and all other stakeholders