Speaker Spotlight: Ian Thomson

Ian Thomson’s presentation at SDIMI 2019 is titled: The Social License to Operate: adoption and application in the mining sector, 1997-2017 We recently asked Ian some questions about her upcoming…

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Featured Industry Presentations

SDIMI 2019 Authors in Industry The theme of this year’s SDIMI conference is Embedding Social Licence: Perspectives and Promises. The concept is to reposition the idea of social license by…

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Conference Tour: Mangoola Mine, Hunter Valley

An optional field trip to the Hunter Region will be available to delegates of SDIMI 2019. This tour will include a site visit to Glencore’s Mangoola Rehabilitation mine site. Guests…

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Speaker Spotlight: Prof Deanna Kemp

Professor Deanna Kemp’s presentation at SDIMI 2019 is titled: Mining and the social licence obsession: thinking broader, working better. We recently asked Deanna some questions about her upcoming keynote presentation…

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Speaker Spotlight: Dr Deborah Shields

Dr Deborah Shields’ presentation at SDIMI 2019 will look at the history, and embrace of the concept of social license in North America.

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Program Announced

We’re pleased to announce, our conference program is available and registrations are open for the 9th international conference on Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry (SDIMI) 2019. Why attend? Gain…

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Registrations Now Open

Registrations are now open for our international conference on Sustainable Development in the Minerals Industry (SDIMI) 2019. Presentations will discuss sustainable development in the minerals industry and how the latest…

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Attendee profile

The Australian mining industry is at the forefront of the global pursuit of sustainable mining, recognising that environmental accountability, social responsibility and commercial success are now inseparable concepts. SDIMI 2019…

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Opportunity to be published in a prestigious journal

By submitting an abstract for SDIMI 2019, you will have an opportunity to be published in a prestigious journal – The Extractive Industries and Society. The organising committee will select…

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Abstract Submission Deadline Extended

The call for abstracts for the conference is still open, with the deadline being extended until 1 October 2018. We have received abstracts from all around the world and we encourage…

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