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AusIMM's Thought Leadership Series will investigate what the industry must do to affect meaningful change for the future

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AusIMM is delighted to announce that the Thought Leadership Series has returned for its fifth year. This year's theme Sustainable Mining: Shifting the Paradigm, will explore global topics that affect the future of our industry across four free on-demand webinars, launching from June to November.

Each webinar will feature a unique panel of global experts who will discuss in depth a critical topic that impacts the future of the mining industry. They will scope out important matters regarding the Future Workforce, Diversity and Inclusion, Critical Minerals and the Circular Economy. The panellists will provide thoughtful discussions and engaging conversations around the opportunities and challenges of each topic.

To help prepare and shape the direction of the conversation, we are seeking interesting and vital questions relating to the key topics from our global community that will be answered by the panel during the filming of the Series.  

Registration for AusIMM’s online Thought Leadership Series is required and one registration will grant you access to all on-demand webinars released throughout 2023. When registering, delegates can now opt in and express their interest to attend the live recordings of the webinars. More information on filming locations and dates can be found here.  

AusIMM is pleased to announce a new evolution of the series with the addition of TLS Xtra, a fireside chat series following each webinar that further explores key themes. These interactive discussions will delve deeper into the hot topics, feature personal stories from industry experts and encourage audience discussion and engagement.

AusIMM is thrilled to collaborate with PwC, Ausenco, Fortescue Metals Group, Weir, and WSP to bring this accessible and crucial series to our global community for free. 

To find out more and register, head to:  

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Dominic Stevenson 

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