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For more than half a century, trenchless construction has proved to be an effective, convenient, reliable and low-impact method to install underground utilities such as pipes and cables from point A to B. There are two main types of trenchless...
The global transition to a low carbon economy is underway, and the mining sector has a crucial and complicated role to play. Rapid uptake of green technologies to achieve decarbonization means increased demand for minerals and metals, like lithium to...
Nearly 20 years ago, a bestselling book titled, “The World is Flat” laid out a compelling vision of a world that would work seamlessly across continents and time zones. Many of the book’s optimistic ideas have not yet come to...
Tackling Climate- and Nature-Related Financial Disclosures for a more Sustainable Manufacturing SectorAs disruptive as the COVID-19 pandemic has been to businesses worldwide, the escalating environmental crisis remains the biggest global risk. The need has never been greater for manufacturing companies to intensify efforts toward sustainability and to build resilience to future...
Hydrology and water resource planning are important components in most, if not all, environmental projects. This is especially true in the mining sector, where huge pits, reservoirs, and tailings storage facilities (TSFs) are commonplace.
Moving earth is big business. In fact, bulk earthworks are a way of life for the mining industry. And never is it more critical than during mine expansion as actions taken during mine expansion could have a significant impact on...
Big changes are underway in how major infrastructure projects such as electricity supply, dams, pipelines and ports get funded. Financing decisions used to focus on a project’s ability to deliver good financial results. But now, during what many are calling...
The chemicals known collectively as PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) were developed more than 50 years ago and have been used at many industrial sites around the world. They became popular as they can impart a range of useful properties...
Every power plant has an expiration date – a point at which it will no longer be economical nor safe to operate. The decommissioning of coal-fired power plants is something that Australia has had little experience with to date –...