There are around 70 community and environmental groups, local government, regulators, local mine operators, government agencies, unions and business chambers involved in the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue.
We thank all of the participants for their contribution of time and expertise to this initiative. It is a positive initiative for the community. Involvement in the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue indicates an organisation’s interest in working with the industry to minimise the cumulative impacts of mining and does not necessarily signal an endorsement of the industry as a whole.
Please click the following link to see a list of key Upper Hunter Community Stakeholders that have been actively involved in the Dialogue since its establishment or see the information provided below.
To assist the Dialogue’s stakeholder engagement across the Upper Hunter, a variety of Community Engagement Initiatives have been undertaken to update interested parties on the progress and key achievements of the Dialogue.
Click on the tabs below to see past and present Dialogue participants from Industry, Government and Other sectors, as well as who is represented on our Joint Working Groups.