The latest issue of our digital magazine Mine Australia is out now. You can read it online for free. The past and the future are all wrapped up in this issue, as the industry looks to make the most of projects thought long-forgotten, while also looking to capitalise on opportunities yet to be discovered.
The concerns posed by disused mines need not all be about dealing with complexities around decommissioning – there is still untapped potential that could be explored. We find out how. We also look at the impact of the closure of one of Australia’s most iconic mines, Glencore’s Mount Isa.
Elsewhere in this issue, as the world races towards net zero, we look at what kind of impact Australia’s nuclear plans might have on the energy industry, and find out how Internet of Things technologies can help miners with ESG monitoring and reporting.
Our look to the future also takes a snapshot of efforts to explore the next frontier in mining, as opportunities in asteroid might prove to be closer than many think.
Last but not least, this issue contains our 2023 yearbook supplement, where we look back at the biggest stories from the mining industry of the past year, and share our outlook for the topics and the wider technology and macro themes set to shape the industry in 2024.
We’ll be back with a new issue in January 2024. Sign up for a free subscription to have all future issues delivered to your inbox.
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