New research has recommended the EPBC Act be reformed to streamline environmental approval of uranium projects while retaining environmental protection.
Australia’s substantial and diverse mineral resources have made it a key supplier of the minerals that are essential to modern life, including iron ore, gold and lithium.
The company was recognised at the 2018 Women in Resources National Awards (WIRNA) for its commitment to gender diversity and breaking the cycle of violence against women.
Australian mining backs effective programmes which support education, employment and a better future for young Aboriginal men.
The Minerals Council of Australia has described Labor’s plan as “deeply flawed” and detrimental to Australia’s economy if implemented.
An Australia-EU free trade agreement would boost Australia’s trade, investment and economic engagements with Europe, says the Minerals Council of Australia.
Australian mining regions continue to have higher incomes and much greater employment than prior to the boom, and that the benefits created by mining will continue into the future.
The research by youth research agency YouthInsight found that only 30% of students surveyed had an interest in a career in mining or the mining equipment, technology and services sectors.
Tim Hammond, who is resigning from Parliament, has been praised by the Minerals Council of Australia for his work as Shadow Minister Assisting for Resources.
The US tax reform will have an enormous impact on worldwide company decisions and individual country tax reforms. This will have implications for Australia’s ability to compete for investment and its positive flow-on effects.