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Thought Leadership Series 2022

Critical minerals

Thought Leadership Series 2022

Critical minerals

Webinar 5 - On demand

Securing Australia’s competitive advantage to meet the world’s critical minerals needs

Australia’s rich natural endowment of critical minerals is one of the largest in the world. However, without strong planning and management, this does not ensure long-term sustainable success.

The panel discussed how Australia can:

  • Capitalise on this unique opportunity and build upon its competitive advantage
  • Utilise innovative thinking to become a leading supplier to meet the world’s critical minerals needs


Amanda Lacaze

Webinar 5 - Critical minerals
Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director
Lynas Rare Earths

Chris Reed

Webinar 5 - Critical minerals
Managing Director/CEO

Dr Chris Vernon

Webinar 5 - Critical minerals
Research Lead Green Minerals Technologies

Marnie Finlayson

Webinar 5 - Critical minerals
Managing Director Battery Materials
Rio Tinto

Megan McCracken GAICD

Webinar 5 - Critical minerals
Leadership Coach and Non Executive Director
Pleiades Consulting

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Other webinars in the Series

Indigenous participation

Advancing First Nations professionals for the benefit of the resources sector and the community
Webinar 1

Global mining trends

PwC shared their views on emerging trends, best practices, methodologies and approaches for 2022 and beyond
Webinar 2

Technology and decarbonisation

Exploring sustainable mining through technology and automation in the resources industry
Webinar 3

Future workforce

Addressing the declining pipeline of employees entering the resources sector
Webinar 4

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