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Australian Mining Risk Forecast 2019/2020 KPMG Australia

The Australian Mining Risk Forecast for FY2020 provides commentary on the most significant risks identified as potentially impacting Australian miners in the next year and beyond. Like much of the global mining sector, macro‑economic instability along with regulatory and compliance changes/burden and commodity price risks, are presenting challenges in the Australian market. However, this is

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Current Issues in Australian Mining BROWZ

Even though a global recession has hit businesses hard, the Australian mining industry remains confident about its future. Mining sector growth is projected to remain strong as the demand for natural resources increases and the Australian government supports expansion, but the industry will also face challenges. This white paper explores current issues in Australia’s mining industry and

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Australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful

03/08/2019· Australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful' destruction of Indigenous land This article is more than 1 year old Galarrwuy Yunupingu taking legal action for loss of native title as well

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The Social Implications of Mining in Australia Issues

This increase in the amount of mining conducted in Australia, and the value it has for mining companies and the government, has been driven by enormous global demand for commodities like iron ore and coal to fuel industrialisation and urbanisation, and to support population growth around the world. This is particularly the case in China, which has seen incredible development since the 1990s

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Mining in Australia: Industry Overview IG

The fate of the Australian share market, just as with the total Australian economy, is heavily geared to the underlying strength of the mining industry. Some of the biggest corporate names in the country, such as BHP,Rio Tinto and South32,belong to the industry, with their success and failure monitored by investors, the press, and your everyday punter to assess the status of national and

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The trouble with aluminium

24/05/2012· The Australian aluminium industry is in the doldrums. A high dollar, low prices and Asian competition are threatening the industry, with older plants in New South Wales and Victoria under threat

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News Australian Mining

Federal Budget backs mining to drive economic recovery (0) October 7, 2020 The Australian Government’s 2020-21 Budget is a win for the mining industry as it prioritises training and education

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Established in 1908, Australian Mining magazine keeps you informed on the latest news and innovation in the mining industry

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Environmental Risks of Mining

When companies break up materials during mining, the dust can release a variety of heavy metals commonly associated with health problems. As dust, these minerals (such as the asbestos-like mineral riebeckite) can be absorbed into lung tissue, causing problems like pneumoconiosis and silicosis, commonly known as "Black Lung" (Paul & Campbell, 2011). Another example of harmful dust

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A Mining Company Blew Up A 46,000-Year-Old Aboriginal

11/09/2020· Mining giant Rio Tinto is parting ways with its chief executive as it tries to quell public anger over the company's destruction of a 46,000-year-old sacred Aboriginal site in Australia.

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Topic ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

09/06/2019· Multinational mining giant Rio Tinto is accused of "putting production over safety" at a Northern Territory mine site by the Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union and employees. Topics: mining

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Australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful

03/08/2019· Australia to be sued over mining project's 'unmerciful' destruction of Indigenous land This article is more than 1 year old Galarrwuy Yunupingu taking legal action for loss of native title as well

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Mining: The Problems for Australian Governments

MINING: THE PROBLEMS FOR AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENTS By Susan Bambrick* The recent growth of the Australian mining industry has highlighted a number of policy problems for Australian governments, both Federal and State, including: (i) the determination of a desirable level of foreign ownership and control, (ii) legislative needs, balancing security of tenure with conservation demands

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Big problem with Australia’s second mining boom

AUSTRALIA’S crippled mining industry is about to boom again, but experts say a problem that has led to dozens of deaths persists. BHP kickstarted this week its $5 billion South Flank project, a West Australian mine the company promises will run for at least 20 years and create 3000 jobs. — Click on the image to read the full article.

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Hacking Is Becoming an Increasing Problem for Australian

Just about every industry is a potential target for criminals or nation state cyber attacks. News reports generally only mention government, military, and critical infrastructure attacks but it seems hacking is becoming an increasing problem for Australian mining executives (emphasis added):. According to ABC News, Australian mining executives say they are becoming increasingly aware of

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Mining in Antarctica — Australian Antarctic Program

Nations of the Antarctic Treaty system agreed in 1991 to put a halt to the exploitation of minerals when they signed a comprehensive Protocol on Environmental Protection (the Madrid Protocol), which banned mining in Antarctica indefinitely. This important agreement came into force in January 1998.

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The trouble with aluminium

24/05/2012· The Australian aluminium industry is in the doldrums. A high dollar, low prices and Asian competition are threatening the industry, with older plants in New South Wales and Victoria under threat

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News Australian Mining

Federal Budget backs mining to drive economic recovery (0) October 7, 2020 The Australian Government’s 2020-21 Budget is a win for the mining industry as it prioritises training and education

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Environmental issues in Australia Wikipedia

Energy use. Australia is a major exporter and consumer of coal, the combustion of which liberates CO 2.Consequently, in 2003 Australia was the eighth highest emitter of CO 2 gases per capita in the world liberating 16.5 tonnes per capital. Australia is claimed to be one of the countries most at risk from climate change according to the Stern report.. Most of Australia's demand for electricity

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