In this issue: How mining lobbies are adapting for the modern world, Airobotics...
- Mining lobbies and the modern world: new issue of Mine Magazine out now
- US renews mining licences in Minnesota wilderness
- Environmental and Native American groups appeal against Alaskan mining permit
- Renewable energy projects at mines: read more in the new issue of MINE Australia
- 50,000 people protest against $1.2bn gold mine in Colombia
Mining lobbies and the modern world: new issue of Mine Magazine out now
In this issue: How mining lobbies are adapting for the modern world, Airobotics drones, a look at the best electric mining vehicles, and more.
Gold Fields to operate Australian gold mine on renewable energy
South African miner Gold Fields is set to predominantly operate its Agnew gold mine in Western Australia on renewable energy.
Millennial Lithium submits EIA report for Pastos Grandes Project
Millennial Lithium has submitted the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report to Argentina's Environmental and Mining Authority for construction and operations at the Pastos Grandes Project.
Argentina dismisses Barrick’s challenge to Glacier Protection Law
Argentina' Supreme Court has rejected a challenge brought by Canadian miner Barrick Gold regarding an environmental law banning mining in glacial and permafrost areas.
Queensland approves Adani’s black-throated finch management plan
The Australian state of Queensland has approved a plan submitted by Indian miner Adani to manage black-throated finches at its proposed Carmichael coal mine, leaving the company with just one more permit to obtain before work begins.
Mining and Environmental Consulting Pioneers
Environment consulting specialist Knight Piésold is today recognised as the ‘consultant of choice’ in the mining sector – thanks largely to the skills sets and experience it has built up over almost a century.
Anglo American offsets carbon emissions from iron ore shipment
Mining firm Anglo American has offset carbon emissions from an iron ore shipment from South Africa to Europe, in partnership with RightShip and South Pole.
Environmental and Native American groups appeal against Alaskan mining permit
Environmental and Native American groups are continuing their campaign against a proposed multi-deposit mine in the US state of Alaska, appealing a federal court decision in favour of the mine at the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals.
Renewable energy projects at mines: read more in the new issue of MINE Australia
In this issue: The new renewables projects at mine sites, Australia’s National Resources Statement, the changing fates of Western Australia, and more.
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