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CSRM launches a social aspects of mine closure eLibrary

The Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM) at The University of Queensland has launched a website and online library dedicated to research and resources on the social aspects of mine closure. To our knowledge, this is the only repository of its kind in the world. You can access it here.

We are committed to placing people at the centre of mine closure and this is the first of a series of projects we are undertaking to do just that. The eLibrary gives you access to the latest literature on the social aspects of mine closure. It currently has more than 220 resources and is searchable using multiple parameters.

The Social Aspects of Mine Closure Consortium is a multi-party, industry-university research collaboration, established to conduct research that challenges accepted industry norms and practices. An initiative of CSRM, the consortium includes six companies: Anglo American, BHP, Newcrest, Newmont Goldcorp, OceanaGold and Rio Tinto.

The work sits under the Sustainable Minerals Institute’s Transforming the Mine Life Cycle strategic research program as one of three research themes (transitioning through closure).

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