The ‘Gold for Good’ Campaign is an international Initiative established as the outcome of a noteworthy synthesis and collaboration, of a Public Private Partnership, diligently undertaken between an International Organization (CISRI) Collaborative Intergovernmental Scientific Research Institute ( / (ITPC) International Tree Protection Commission (; and the Gold Peak Group Companies (; and intended to build up an international community of donors, coming from the Gold & Mining Sector, which with a strong humanitarian and environmental commitment; the ‘Gold for Good’ Campaign relies upon, through three main points:


  1. Adherence to the highest ethical and labor standards in the mining industry.

  2. Special focus on the workforce and the surrounding environment, especially upon forestry.


3) Total Commitment for global UN shared Goals (SDGs) Sustainable Development Goals and (ESG) Environmental, Social, and Governance with special focus on humanitarian aid for disadvantaged communities and environmental conservation.


The ‘Gold for Good’ Campaign aims to become a referral point for the Gold & Mining Industry; establishing new ethical standards of responsibility and social commitment, as well as seeking to promote a better integration between labor force, trade unions, Community Based Organizations, NGOs; all around the topics of fair working conditions, use of best environmental friendly-technologies and the fairness of economical treatment in this crucial sector.


All that by catalyzing additional Partners and stakeholders, to join this world-class humanitarian and environmental campaign, deemed to represent a milestone in the history of Gold Mining and humanitarian, as well as environmental commitmentin ITPC scenario



Founding Partners


The Collaborative Intergovernmental Scientific Research Institute (CISRI) is an intergovernmental organization set up, 20 November 2000, by Multilateral Agreement, namely the Free Agreement for Cooperation in Scientific Research and Humanitarian Use of Microalga Spirulina as Food and registered with the United Nations Secretariat at N. A-37542 of the United Nations Treaty Series (UNTS) according to article 102 of the United Nations Charter.



The ITPC International Tree Protection Commission, which is focused on tree protection and conservation is an International Commission with authoritative scientific mandate, to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by reducing the exploitation of trees for energy combustible and/or speculative purposes; and therefore to promote better air quality and public health, in support to the provisions of Rio Convention on Biological Diversity.


At the same time, the Commission aims to spread the culture of tree conservation and protection and to support interested Government to contain deforestation, reducing tree cutting for domestic heath or energetic produce and to foresee an International Tree Protection Convention to declare Trees as a patrimony of mankind, also enhancing the study and research of alternative non-ligneous fuels and sharing the best practices for tree conservation and environmental protection.


The ITPC Commission has been established, subsequent, to the first IGO Conference (Intergovernmental Organizations Conference) on Emergency Prevention, under the High Patronage of the Presidency of the Italian Republic, Italian Senate and Chamber of Deputies, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation and Italian Ministry of Public Administration as well as participated by numerous Member States and international organizations: European Space Agency (ESA), International Labour Organization (ILO), International Centre for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM), International Organization for Migration(IOM), International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM), Global Natural Healthcare Trust (GNHT).


Subsequently to the IGO Conference, the broad topics dealt in its framework have brought to the consciousness that climate change is one of the major causes of the increase of number of emergencies and therefore the essential element for an effective emergency prevention of is the reduction of atmospheric C02 through natural absorbers, as trees are.

A broader description of the Commission aims and objectives is displayed at,: Climate change can be mitigated by the protection and augmentation of trees as C02 and for this reason their safeguard in quantitative and qualitative terms, represents a global priority and a sound imperative for the international Community.


The Gold Peak Group (GPG)


The GPG group is a fully integrated primary gold producer with well-established supply chains in Peru and Africa. The Group’s unique business model is founded on the personal mission of its three founders and executive shareholders to extract, process and refine gold and silver bullion in its finest quality based on green technology and social governance.


To this end, GPG aims to be a leader in the global gold producing industry in applying its ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) focus throughout its entire supply chain, including in its co-production with the ASM (Artisanal and Small-Scale Miners) in Peru and its refining partners in the UAE (United Arab Emirates).


The Group has recently entered into a PPP (Public Private Partnership) with CISRI and its related UN IGOs to initiate the Gold for Good Campaign for the next ten years. The Gold for Good campaign aims to emphasise environmental restoration in the mining and metal processing industry and enhance the social and living conditions of the ASM, initially in Peru and other mining communities around the world.


The Group has also succeeded in its corporate vision to deliver and sell its bullion products directly to end investors, including HNWIs (High Net Worth Individuals, Family Offices and Institutional Funds. Its growing customer base in Europe, the Middle East and the Far East is a testament to the exceptional and reliable returns of its gold-centric investment products that are premised on an eventual possession of the metal at its highest quality at a most attractive price.


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