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Mining into 2030s

Mining into 2030s

The global landscape has and continues to change rapidly, perhaps for the better for miners

Mines aren't responsible for emissions

Mines aren't responsible for emissions

We must change how we consume energy, only then can we change what we mine

Time to address the copper crisis

Time to address the copper crisis

The industry has not found the reserves it needs for future demand, nor is it looking

No more excuses for resources companies

No more excuses for resources companies

The threats to miners across the world have receded and are now outweighed by opportunities

Mining is an unavoidably dirty business

Mining is an unavoidably dirty business

The nature of countries in which industry operates dictates behaviour as much as the regulator

Gone to pot

Gone to pot

The decline of marijuana and other speculative investments puts mining back in the spotlight

The value proposition

The value proposition

The market is insisting companies are able to explain their worth

The China Syndrome

The China Syndrome

Mining's reliance on China is absolute. Is there a Plan B?

No response to Burkina massacre

No response to Burkina massacre

The only assistance miners can give locals is the continuation of business

Agility requires major reform

Agility requires major reform

Rio's ambition to reinvent operating margins is easier said than done

King coal almost dead

King coal almost dead

Technology developments are creeping up on snoozing fossil fuel producers as the end closes in

Exchanges not fit for purpose

Exchanges not fit for purpose

Over-regulated platforms and unscrupulous junior operators make modern life difficult

Simandou a dirty development

Simandou a dirty development

FMG will have to roll up its sleeves and commit to the long game to build this iron ore giant

Recession beckons

Recession beckons

Another economic downturn could deliver the clear out that failed to materialise in the last

BHP needs a visionary

BHP needs a visionary

If the world's largest miner is to prepare for the future it needs to change its thinking

Thomas Cook, Sirius: too big not to fail

Thomas Cook, Sirius: too big not to fail

The idea scale can hide fundamental business flaws is absurd, but persists

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