Anthony Hodge joined ICMM as President in October 2008. He is also currently Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Responsible Mineral Resource Management.
In his career spanning over 40 years, Anthony has worked as a consulting engineer for clients in the private sector, government, communities, indigenous peoples’ organizations, academia, and civil society organizations. He has worked on a variety of assignments related to mining, aboriginal relations, nuclear waste management, water resources, energy policy, and the distribution of benefits from resource developments. Throughout, he has focused on practical application of sustainability ideas, something that he has written and presented on extensively.
Anthony received his BASc and MASc degrees in Geological Engineering from University of British Columbia. He was awarded his PhD in 1995 from McGill University as a result of work that focused on reporting on progress toward sustainability and in 2007 was appointed as Kinross Professor of Mining and Sustainability, at Queen’s University in Canada.