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  • 10 Apr 2018 12:39 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    SQLRG's Winter Workshop will be held on 24 May 2018 at  The Gem hotel, Yatala.

    Please refer to the attached flyer for more information and registration details, or email contact@sqlrg.org .

    SQLRG Winter 2018 Workshop Flyer.pdf

  • 10 Apr 2018 12:23 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    https://www.ausimm.com.au/publications/publication.aspx?ID=17564

    From Start to Finish: A Life-of-Mine Perspective brings together the full life-cycle of responsible mining in one handy volume focusing on socioeconomic and environmental leading practice.  Selected presenters from the AusIMM’s 2016 Life-of-Mine Conference have developed their abstracts into full papers for this publication. Key papers have also been drawn from previous Life-of-Mine conferences and other selected events, with the authors invited to update their papers to exemplify the best Start to Finish thinking and achievement in 21st century mining.



  • 08 Nov 2017 6:23 PM | Anonymous

    Forum: Planning for post-mining land use in central Queensland

    9am – 1.30pm: 12th December, Western Gateway (CQ Room), Emerald

    This event has been postponed to a future date to be advised.

    Hosted by ACARP, CQU and UQ

    The aim of this Forum is to identify the land uses that the central Queensland community would like to see for post-mining lands, relevant issues to address, the process for converting land from mining back to other uses, and how local stakeholders may be engaged in the process. It will provide an opportunity for different stakeholders in end-of- mine planning to discuss the goals and processes to convert post-mining lands back to agriculture and other uses.

    The results of two current ACARP projects will be provided in the forum, together with other industry and policy information. There will be ample time for open discussion, and morning tea and lunch will be provided.

    Session Description – Orientation to the exercise

    From 8.30 am Coffee

    9am - 9.20 am Welcome and introductions.

    9.20 – 10.00 Updates on policy settings and issues from government and landholders

    10.00 – 10.30 Identifying what stakeholders want for post-mining land use (Jo-Anne Everingham and John Rolfe - ACARP project)

    10.30 – 11.00am Morning tea

    11.00 – 11.20 Dealing with risk issues (Leanne Bowie and Jonathon Fulcher – ACARP project)

    11.20 – 11.40 Developing appropriate engagement processes (models and decision framework from this project) (John Rolfe, Jo-Anne Everingham ACARP Project)

    12.00 – 1.00pm Forum of key ‘experts’ in discussion and question session

     2 Industry members

     2 Landholders

     2 Government

     2 researchers

    Updates from key experts followed by questions from the floor and open discussion

    1.00 pm – 1.30pm Lunch and close

    There is no charge for attendance, but bookings are essential for catering purposes.

    Contact us to book or enquire:

    Dr Delwar Akbar: (07) 4923 2316 d.akbar@cqu.edu.au

    Professor John Rolfe: 0427 130 811 j.rolfe@cqu.edu.au


  • 04 Oct 2017 9:48 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)
    Don’t miss out on your chance to join industry leaders, government experts and other specialists to discuss pressing issues facing mining, the big trends and how to prepare for future challenges.


    Key issues to be explored include: Indigenous and regional community engagement; water stewardship; mine closure and relinquishment; regulatory approvals; community expectations; and the influence of technology.

    The event has an excellent line up speakers including Dr Vanessa Guthrie (Chair, MCA), Ms Elizabeth Henderson (Executive Director, Loquemur) and Ms Deanna Kemp (Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining).

    The workshop provides access to industry leaders and experts in an interactive format built around robust discussion.  It is a networking opportunity – connecting professionals, managers, community and environmental practitioners, students and industry partners.  

    The MCA hosts this workshop to promote leading practice. It is not for profit and structured to minimise travel costs and time out of the office.

    Participants will walk away with an understanding of leading practice approaches and learnings they can apply in their own workplace. For the full program, and to register, go to www.ecw2017.com.au


  • 18 Sep 2017 9:20 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    Applications are now open for the Coal Rehabilitation Fund postgraduate scholarships.  Attached are the flyer and guidelines which can be downloaded and distributed to any of your contacts who may be interested.

    The information is also available on the front page of the QRC website.

    Note that the closing date for applications is 4 December 2017.

  • 10 Aug 2016 10:10 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    Our March 2016 newsletter has just been e-mailed to all contacts and is also available either through our Members Only area or by clicking here.

  • 02 Jun 2016 8:32 AM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    The members area gallery has been populated with photos from our most recent event. Presentations are also now available online.

    Look out as we update photos from earlier CQMRG events!

  • 14 Mar 2016 9:30 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    Our March 2016 newsletter has just been e-mailed out and is also available either through our Members Only area or by clicking here.

  • 11 Mar 2016 3:29 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    Ethical Corporation have spoken to Rudolph Botha, Mine Closure Lead and the architect of Anglo American’s mine closure toolkit and have put together a summary of how Anglo-American - a leading extractives company - is addressing the risks to social license, reputation and community relations that project closure creates. This summary is available to download for free here - http://1.ethicalcorp.com/LP=10426


  • 25 Feb 2016 10:00 PM | Stuart Ritchie (Administrator)

    The Minerals Council of Australia today released a new publication titled Mine Rehabilitation in the Australian minerals Industry showcasing the commitment by the industry to mine site rehabilitation so that previously mined land again becomes available for future economic activity, conservation or community use.

    The publication demonstrates that the industry does not consider mine rehabilitation as something that begins towards the end of the project, but rather a process that begins right from the beginning of the mine project planning.

    The MCA's mine rehabilitation website can be found at: http://www.austminerehab.com/ and you can download the new publication here: http://bit.ly/minerehab.

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