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Securing social licence in mining's future

Maintaining a social licence to operate is a key issue facing many miners, according to two members of the Future of Mining Australia advisory board

"New mines will be approved and gain community support only with a completely new approach to integration with the community," said AMC Consultants’ Peter McCarthy

"New mines will be approved and gain community support only with a completely new approach to integration with the community," said AMC Consultants’ Peter McCarthy

Both AMC Consultants' emeritus chairman Peter McCarthy and CSIRO Mineral Resources' director Jonathan Law agree social licence is a key issue facing the sector. McCarthy said activists were already...

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