Keynote Presentation – by Robyn James22 June 2018
Why should civil society organisations be part of mining decisions?
Keynote Speaker, Robyn James will explore in detail at our upcoming Life-of-Mine conference in Brisbane on 25-27 July.
With over 4,000 staff and 600 scientists, The Nature Conservancy is one of the world’s largest environmental NGOs. Robyn will demonstrate, through a recent mining development in Solomon Islands, the process of how and why these organisations get involved in mining development and what can result.
Often NGOs and other civil society organisations are seen as obstructionist and not always offered a seat at the table. Find out the benefits of including NGO’s in important decisions in our sector at the conference.
- Attending Organisations
- Keynote Presentation – by Prof Alan Baker
- Plan your week at MWT and LOM 2018
- Keynote Presentation – by Robyn James
- Welcome to our new Platinum Sponsor – GLENCORE
- From Start to Finish: A Life of Mine Perspective
- Incorporating societal and community factors into design and operation
- Influences of global trends on the future of the industry
- Innovation for delivering better sustainability outcomes
- Integrating mine planning and processing for environmental performance
- Strategies and planning for improving rehabilitation outcomes