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Mines and Environment 

Climate change, Biodiversity and Energy in Mining 

Mining towards Net Zero Conference 


 
 

Thur 22nd August 2024 
Full day Conference  8.30am - 5.00pm
Includes morning tea, lunch 
Networking to 6.30pm   


Fri 23rd Aug 2024
Breakfast 7.30am - 11.00am

Early bird is open: 
Conference only : $695pp
Conference, Networking and Breakfast : $775pp
Members : Conference, Breakfast and Networking $695pp

Price after early bird $990pp 


Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Waterfront
1 Barrack Sq Perth, Western Australia 


Early Bird expires 31st May 2024
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Emerging ESG Challenges and Trends in Mining for 2024 

 

Australia: Upcoming New Environmental Laws

 

Standardization of ESG Reporting- Climate-related Financial Disclosures

Net Zero, Climate Change and Decarbonisation 

 

The importance of Mine Rehabilitation

Technological innovation

Hydrogen's key role in decarbonising the mining industry

Biodiversity protection

and more........................

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Abstracts are open

Deadline 30th May 2024

A Full Agenda will be available 31st May 2024

The industry’s ambition is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

 

As we navigate the dynamic landscape of the mining industry, we are constantly reminded of the critical importance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations. The evolution of regulatory frameworks and heightened social consciousness necessitates a deeper commitment from organizations to address ESG-related risks transparently and effectively.

Stakeholders, including investors, communities, and regulatory bodies, are increasingly seeking detailed insights into how mining companies are not only mitigating risks but also delivering positive impacts on nature and society.

 

The focus extends to strategies for achieving nature-positive outcomes at project sites, decarbonizing operations, and ensuring the protection of human rights throughout the mining lifecycle.

It is crucial for mining companies to not just comply with ESG standards but to proactively embrace them as integral parts of their business strategies. This entails robust disclosures of ESG initiatives, transparent reporting mechanisms, and measurable performance indicators to track progress over time. By doing so, companies can build trust, foster stakeholder engagement, and strengthen their environmental reputation.

The mining industry's approach to its ESG obligations is not just a regulatory requirement; it is a moral imperative and a strategic opportunity. Embracing ESG principles not only safeguards the environment and communities but also enhances long-term resilience and competitiveness in an increasingly sustainability-focused global market.

 

How we navigate and prioritize ESG considerations will not only define our industry's environmental footprint but also shape its legacy for generations to come. 

Join us for an engaging platform bringing together Environment, Climate, and Mining Professionals.

We'll delve into topics such as upcoming Law Reforms, Net Zero Acceleration, Biodiversity Protection ,Mine Rehabilitation, Climate Change, Investor Demands for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures, Technological Innovation, and best practices for Mining and Biodiversity, alongside Social obligations.

Hear from our distinguished Panellists and Expert Speakers on Thur 22nd August 2024 followed by a networking session after the event until 6.00pm 

Then  join us for a breakfast session to complete the  Conference the next day (Fri 23rd August)  from  7.30am, concluding at 10.30am 

Stay tuned for the full agenda, available on 31st May 2024.

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Topics and Theme 

Climate risk and decarbonization:
What every mining CEO needs to know ; 
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Decarbonisation strategy and disclosure

Standardization of ESG Reporting for Capital Markets -
Climate-related Financial Disclosures 

New national environmental law reform to replace the existing Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

First Nations Clean Energy and Emissions Reduction Advisory Committee and their role 

Technological Innovation in Mining towards Net Zero

BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION 
Nature-Related Risk Management and Reporting of Biodiversity issues 

The Taskforce Nature-related financial disclosure
recommendations, integrating nature into financial decision-making and disclosure. 

Women Leaders in the Net Zero Energy Transition 

The Importance of Mine Rehabilitation and ; 

Repurposing mine sites and tailings for Solar Power 

ESG Risks in the Supply chain - a blind spot in the energy transition 

Hydrogen's key role in decarbonising the mining industry

Nature positive future in mining 

Surging Investor Demands for robust ESG performance and transparency 

The Australian legislative framework for First Nations engagement in clean energy, carbon farming and mining projects

Interest form

Register interest 

Please fill in the below form to register your interest to Present, Sponsor or exhibit 

Submissions close  30th May 2024

For more details email minesandenvironment@jazcorpaustralia.com.au or call

1300 667 709

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