There is an increasing urgency for global and mid-tier mining operators to outline the concrete steps they are taking towards low-carbon energy and mobility for their operations. But defining the pathway to zero-emissions mining can be a complex and challenging process. This week’s Blog discusses the steps some mines are taking towards decarbonization and highlights the 8th annual Energy and Mines Virtual World Congress, happening December 8-9.
Visibility into data means sustainable mining doesn’t have to be an either/or situation. This week’s Blog looks at how mining companies can reduce their energy and water consumption and improve on sustainability to help lead the mining industry into the next era, while also increasing production, ensuring product quality, and generating a profit.
The world is going through a renewed industrial revolution characterized by a growing need to power modern society with clean, low-carbon energy sources. As with the first industrial revolution, minerals and metals will play a critical role is supporting change, especially those that are essential to clean energy technologies.
This week’s Blog takes a look at what minerals and metals will be most needed and how Canada is positioned to take advantage of industry’s evolution, as well as reminding us about the upcoming Mineral Exploration Roundup conference in Vancouver.