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  • New Frontier in Australian Mining Under Threat The New

    06.09.2012· New Frontier in Australian Mining Under Threat. By Reuters. Sept. 5, 2012 ; PERTH, AUSTRALIA — Tumbling coal prices and financing difficulties threaten to derail tens of

  • Mining and resources under threat by ‘zealous activists

    17.05.2020· Mining and resources under threat by ‘zealous activists with their Marxist anger’ Sky News Australia . 17/05/2020. Shark attack reported in WA 'Targeted' shooting in new Canberra suburb not

  • 作者: Sky News Australia
  • Space: Mining’s final frontier Australian Mining

    Australian Mining reports. Automation is not only making waves at earth-bound mines, but is also set to impact extreme extra-terrestrial environments that will potentially open up to the industry.

  • Australia: The new coal frontier | Environment | The Guardian

    15.05.2015· Massive mining operations are looking to plunder a gigantic new coal frontier in the Galilee Basin. There are 247,000 sq km (95,400 sq miles) of coal: a land mass the size of Britain.

  • The Next Frontier: Australian Mining Policy Priorities

    10.02.2019· Modern workplace rules, revived tax reform and better environment laws will help the Australian minerals industry to continue to invest and grow with confidence, supporting regional communities and a more prosperous Australia. The Next Frontier: Australian Mining Policy Priorities outlines policy priorities for 2019 to remove barriers to growth and enable the minerals industry

  • Fatal Extraction In Africa: Australian Mining | Pulitzer

    20.08.2015· There are more Australian mining companies than any other in Africa more than 150. Attracted by Africa's untapped mineral wealth and feeling the pressure from social and environmental regulations within Australia, hundreds of producers and junior "penny stock" mining companies looking for gold, diamonds, platinum and coal have begun digging across Africa.

  • Australian frontier wars Wikipedia

    In 1869 the Port Denison Times reported that "Not long ago 120 aboriginals disappeared on two occasions forever from the native records" Frontier violence peaked on the northern mining frontier during the 1870s, most notably in Cook district and on the Palmer and Hodgkinson River goldfields, with heavy loss of Aboriginal lives and several well known massacres. Battle Camp and Cape Bedford

  • Location: Australia
  • New Frontier Mining Under the Sea

    Marine mining has been around for decades, first taking off in the 1960s and 1970s when ocean-floor mining of manganese nodules (containing nickel, copper, and cobalt) became popular. Since then companies have been dredging the sea floor for diamonds, phosphate, sand, aggregate, heavy minerals like titanium and tin. But it’s only been since the turn of the century that deep-sea mining for

  • Frontiers | Threats, Costs, and Probability of Success

    Threat classifications allow conservationists to categorize threatening processes faced by species of conservation concern, but lack of information on threat severity hampers efforts to establish the cost-effectiveness of conservation management actions. Actions and funds are often prioritized according to the prevalence of a threat; however, probability of success of threat management is

  • Australian Mining News The Latest Mining Business News

    Australia's #1 source for the latest mining news. Australian Mining News leads the way with news from the mining industry.

  • Scott Morrison threatens crackdown on protesters who

    01.11.2019· Scott Morrison says Australian mining is under threat and has pointed to ‘worrying development’ of environmental groups targeting businesses in secondary boycotts.

  • Australia sacred sites seen remaining under threat after

    Looming legislative changes aimed at boosting protection for Aboriginal heritage sites in Western Australia are unlikely to prevent their destruction or stymie expansion by mining companies that are under intense pressure over their preservation practices. Rio Tinto Group’s decision last month to carry out explosions that saw the destruction of a 40 000-year-old site in the centre of the

  • Australia’s spot as China’s top source for iron ore under

    25.07.2020· Australia shipped a record amount of iron ore to China in June, but Chinamax ships used by Brazilian mining giant Vale and miners in African, can

  • QUEENSLAND’S HUMAN RIGHTS ACT: A NEW FRONTIER FOR

    QUEENSLAND’S HUMAN RIGHTS ACT: A NEW FRONTIER FOR AUSTRALIAN CLIMATE CHANGE LITIGATION? JUSTINE BELL-JAMES* AND BRIANA COLLINS** In 2019, the Queensland Parliament enacted a Human Rights Act, enshrining, inter alia, the human right to life. The Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld) presents a timely opportunity to open the next chapter in

  • 40 mining jobs under threat in Australian Mining

    Australian Mining 12 hours ago BHP has pledged to reduce emissions from its operations by 30 per cent by 2030, adding that it will continue to thrive under net zero emissions in the future.

  • Kimberley under threat from mining boom ABC News

    But what many Australians don't realise is that despite the National Heritage listing, parts of the Kimberley today remain under grave threat from rampant industrialisation.

  • Australian fossil fuel industry under threat: Bill

    Australian fossil fuel companies will lose billions of dollars through divestment and litigation for climate damages over the coming decade, according to environmental author and founder of 350

  • Frontiers | Threats, Costs, and Probability of Success

    Threat classifications allow conservationists to categorize threatening processes faced by species of conservation concern, but lack of information on threat severity hampers efforts to establish the cost-effectiveness of conservation management actions. Actions and funds are often prioritized according to the prevalence of a threat; however, probability of success of threat management is

  • News Australian Mining

    Mining at high risk of cyber security threats (0) September 24, 2020 A new survey has found that many Australian mining businesses are unprepared for and are failing to put appropriate measures in

  • World's oldest art under threat from cement mining in

    21.02.2020· World's oldest art under threat from cement mining in Indonesia. This article is more than 6 months old . Hunting scene dated to 40,000 years ago ‘crumbling before our eyes’, say scientists

  • Scott Morrison threatens crackdown on protesters who

    01.11.2019· Scott Morrison says Australian mining is under threat and has pointed to ‘worrying development’ of environmental groups targeting businesses in secondary boycotts.

  • Dozens more ancient heritage sites could be destroyed

    The latest sites under threat are in the WA Goldfields, where traditional owners claim a "blanket" Section 18 approval across 148 square kilometres of Ngalia land for mining company Australian

  • Rio mine plans under threat as traditional owners hit back

    21.09.2020· Rio Tinto is bowing to pressure from traditional owners and offering to rewrite powerful mining agreements that underpin its core iron ore operations in Western Australia.

  • 40 mining jobs under threat in Australian Mining

    Australian Mining 12 hours ago BHP has pledged to reduce emissions from its operations by 30 per cent by 2030, adding that it will continue to thrive under net zero emissions in the future.

  • Australian fossil fuel industry under threat: Bill

    Australian fossil fuel companies will lose billions of dollars through divestment and litigation for climate damages over the coming decade, according to environmental author and founder of 350

  • Troubling signs for the future of Australia’s giant coal

    02.03.2019· Mining companies must increasingly grapple with not just green protesters but anxious banks, under pressure from investors to limit financing for

  • Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and

    Mining in the area ceased on the election of the Hawke Labor Government in 1983 (under the restrictions of the "two mine" uranium policy), but interest in mining was resumed with the election of the Howard Liberal Government. As the custodians of that land, the Mirrar (and other bininj) were concerned that mining would damage special sacred sites -- particularly at Jabiluka -- and believed

  • Frontiers | Seabed Mining and Approaches to

    Commercial seabed mining seems imminent, highlighting the urgent need for coherent, effective policy to safeguard the marine environment. Reconciling seabed mining with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals will be difficult because minerals extraction will have irreversible consequences that could lead to the loss of habitats, species and ecosystems services.

  • Southwest Australia Threats | CEPF

    One of the most serious current threats to the natural vegetation of Southwest Australia is the spread of root disease, or "jarrah dieback" caused by the root fungus Phytophthora cinnamomi. The disease was first noticed in the jarrah forests in 1940 but not identified until 1965. By that time, thousands of hectares of forest had been infected and killed. Root disease is now spreading to other

  • Environmental impact of mining in the rainforest

    Large-scale mining operations, especially those using open-pit mining techniques, can result in significant deforestation through forest clearing and the construction of roads which open remote forest areas to transient settlers, land speculators, and small-scale miners. These settlers and miners are probably a greater threat to the tropical rainforest environment than industrial mining