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Governance

Governance

At Lithium Ionic, our management team leads by example, establishing a culture of trust and transparency. Lithium’s comprehensive approach to governance guides the company to operate with honesty, integrity, fairness, and responsibility. We foster diversity and inclusion throughout our operations, ensuring equitable practices in all aspects of our business and corporate structure. 

Compliance and Support of International Standards 

Lithium Ionic places paramount importance on supporting and complying with international standards to ensure responsible and ethical practices in our operations. Dedicated to upholding recognized benchmarks such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), we are committed to transparency and accountability. In addition to these standards, we proudly support the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), championing openness in natural resource management in line with IRMA Standards. Furthermore, we operate under the strict guidelines of the Canadian Stock Exchange, ensuring adherence to the expectations and associated requirements. 

Corporate Policies

The Company adheres to a strict Code of Business Conduct and Ethics to ensure that all persons who are a part of or involved with the Company operate according to the highest standard. The Code outlines the Company’s rules and expectations surrounding abuse, violence, discrimination, illegal activities, conflicts of interest, and unethical behaviour. In addition to the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, Lithium Ionic also has a strict Anti-Bribery Policy and an Audit Committee Charter, as seen below. 

ESG Reporting

In Q2 2023, Lithium Ionic began using Onyen Corporation's    ESG software to efficiently manage and monitor its sustainability reporting. This platform helps to capture, monitor, manage and report ESG risks and opportunities to ensure reporting accuracy to governments while fulfilling the requirements of international sustainability agencies such as SASB, GRI and TCFD, who are driving ESG frameworks and policies.

In Q4 2023, Lithium Ionic initiated an IRMA Ready self-assessment for our Itinga Project. This draft framework is designed to meet the specific needs of exploration and development mining companies, making it a practical fit for our operations. Lithium Ionic is in the process of completing IRMA’s Mine Measure self-assessment tool to better understand how our operational practices compare with the IRMA Ready-Standard for Responsible Mining.

Future Plans:

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