Ten years ago, Mosaic was on its way to becoming perhaps the largest phosphate company in the world and it stepped on a few toes in the process. There were lawsuits filed to slow down the giant mining company as it chomped away at land deemed sensitive to the Peace River water supply.
That seems like so long ago. While environmentalists and those who oversee our water supply maintain a vigil over phosphate mining’s progress, Mosaic has carefully crafted an image of a caring member of the community. Its leadership has invested heavily in charitable causes and community endeavors while pulling back from some of the more controversial areas it planned to mine — all the while becoming more open about its business.
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