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Deadline for the removal of the B3/B4 dam in Nova Lima has been brought forward to 2024.


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Vale completes de-characterization of upstream dam Dike 2 of the Pontal System, in Itabira (MG)


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B3/B4 dam in Nova Lima (MG) had its emergency level reduced again


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Vale's PDE3 dam obtains positive DCE and is out of emergency situation


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Statement on PT Vale Indonesia Tbk


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Vale discloses its water and water resources policy


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Vale implements GISTM at its tailing’s storage facilities


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Vale informs that it has been denied DCOs of the PAEBMS for 4 of its structures


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Mr. Manuel Lino Silva de Sousa Oliveira was appointed today as Lead Independent Director of Vale's Board of Directors


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Vale released 2022 Tax Transparency Report


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Vale releases 2022 Integrated Report


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The dams Área IX and Capitão do Mato are out of emergency situation and have their safety and stability certified


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Vale announces agreement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission


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Vale releases its Ethics & Compliance Annual Report


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Vale will promote an event at the UN Water Conference. Participate!


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Vale informs the update of the Vale Group Business and Entity Management Policy and the disclosure of the new Authority Policy


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B3/B4 dam is removed from critical safety condition


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Porteirinha has its emergency level 1 removed


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Porteirinha has its emergency level 1 removed


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Sul Inferior has its emergency level 1 removed


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Our Commitments

Climate change 

Reduce Scopes 1 and 2 absolute greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 33% by 2030;

Achieve net zero Scopes 1 and 2 emissions by 2050;

Reduce Scope 3 net emissions by 15% by 2035.


De-characterize all dams built in the upstream heightening method by 2035, in Brazil;

No tailings dams in critical safety condition (emergency level 3) by 2025;

Implementation of the GISTM in 100% of the TSFs operated by Vale by 2025.

Diversity, equity and inclusion

Double the presence of women in the workforce from 13% to 26% by 2025;

Reach 40% of the leadership in Brazil made up of black people by 2026.


100% renewable electricity consumption in Brazil by 2025 and globally by 2030.


Recover and protect over 500,000 ha of forest areas beyond company fenceline by 2030.

Health and safety

Eliminate recordable high-potential (N2) injuries by 2025;

Reduce by 50% the number of exposures to health hazards in the workplace by 2025.

Indigenous Peoples

Support neighboring Indigenous Peoples in the development and execution of their plans and their pursuit of rights under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRP).

Resilient communities

Support the lifting of 500,000 people out of extreme poverty.


Respeitar nosso planeta e as comunidades
Fazer acontecer
Valorizar quem faz a nossa empresa
Agir com integridade
A vida em primeiro lugar

Also see


We strive to be a company that increasingly places people at the center of decision-making. Learn more about our commitment to Our People and our Social performance in the communities where we operate.


We are working to transform Vale into a safer and more reliable company. ​Find out more in the sections on Dams and Health and Safety.


We remain committed to fully repairing the impacts of the collapse of the B1 dam in Brumadinho (MG), in accordance with the Comprehensive Reparation Agreement, and the Fundão dam in Mariana (MG), through the Renova Foundation.  

Read more in Reparation


Nature and Climate 

We recognize that our business is highly dependent on and significantly impacts nature. We have a important role to play in the energy transition and the protection of environmental assets. ​

Learn more in the sections on Climate and Nature.

Climate change 

Vale has a strategic position in the global supply chain to support the decarbonization of the steel industry and the energy transition. We also recognize our responsibility for the impacts of our business and are working to reduce and mitigate them, with targets for progress in our value chain. 

Read more in the Climate and Nature