Panel: Image of Industry - How can the mining sector and the community work more collaboratively together in the future?

Panel: Image of Industry - How can the mining sector and the community work more collaboratively together in the future?

27 Aug 2019, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

AIMEX Conference Stage
Language:
English

Mining has been responsible for shaping Australian history and continues to be a significant contributor to the economy. In this session we explore ways in which mining companies can engage more collaboratively in regional and rural areas. 

•How can the mining sector demonstrate the value they can offer communities? 

•What does engagement with communities look like?

•How should mining companies engage in regional and rural areas? 

•What ways can mining work with communities to transform the regions so that it benefits both parties? 

•Effectively building community trust and reputation 

 

Contributors

  • Mark Jacobs

    Speaker

    Executive General Manager

    Yancoal Australia

    Mark Jacobs has acquired extensive experience in the resources and property sectors during his career and has a proven track record of securing major...

  • Anna Littleboy

    Speaker

    Programme Leader

    University of Queensland

    Professor Anna Littleboy is a Professorial Research Fellow in Minerals and Society for the 21st Century at the Sustainable Minerals Institute.  An...

  • Dr Kieren Moffat

    Speaker

    CEO and Co-Founder

    Reflexivity

    Dr Kieren Moffat is the CEO and Co-Founder of Reflexivity, a CSIRO spin-out company helping mining companies and communities develop deeper levels of...

  • Ngaire Baker

    Speaker

    External Relations Manager

    Mach Energy

    Having lived and worked in some of Australia’s most remote mining locations over the past 30 years, Ngaire is a highly effective verbal and written...

Dates & Times
Tuesday 27 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 28 Aug 2019 10am - 5pm
Thursday 29 Aug 2019 10am - 4pm
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