Por: MSc. Fernando Rodríguez Rossi, gerente y consultor líder en RDZ Consulting.AbstractIn recent weeks we have often heard that the country is facing a "new normal" as a result of the pandemic. This reality, applied to the large-scale mining sector, means implementing innovative ways of exploring, designing, constructing, operating and closing mines. Although the challenge is great, this situation ratifies a unique opportunity to lead the country's economic recovery, hand in hand with exemplary social and environmental responsibility practices, which aim at a greater sustainable contribution; these aspects are extremely relevant in times where humanity seeks to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) by 2030.Then the question we ask ourselves is: How will we reactivate mining while enhancing our accountability practices to contribute more meaningfully to sustainable development by 2030? Where do we start?