NSW Minerals Council welcomes Resources 2030 Report

September 21, 2018

The NSW Minerals Council welcomes the Resources 2030 Report released today. We call on all political parties and governments to support actions needed to meet the Taskforce ambition of having ‘...the world’s most advanced and successful resources sector delivering sustained prosperity and social development for Australians’.

Lock the Gate wrong on mining water use claims

September 11, 2018

Public claims made by Lock the Gate regarding water use by the mining industry in the Hunter are incorrect and misleading.

Aboriginal Opportunities & IBA Agreement

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We care about the community and we’re working hard to help increase Aboriginal economic participation so that we all share in the benefits that come from the responsible development of mining.
 
We’ve worked with the NSW Government to develop a plan for increasing Aboriginal participation in mining, signing an historic agreement in June 2013. We’ll be putting training and employment initiatives into practice across regional NSW to help kick-start Aboriginal businesses in our industry.
 
Individual mining operations across NSW are making contributions to the skills and employment prospects of Aboriginal communities, through early childhood education programs, high school mentoring and training for skills needed for work in mining, to name a few. Many of our mines also undertake cross-cultural training for their employees to raise awareness of Aboriginal culture and heritage.

Follow the links below for more information on activities happening as part of the NSW Minerals Council's IBA agreement:

ABOUT THE IBA AGREEMENT

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