Its objective is to improve understanding of environmental, social, and economic issues and opportunities pertaining to mining operations and community development. CAP members collaborate and partner to achieve shared sustainable development goals and address identified issues and opportunities.
Relationship building. WAs wealth of natural resources and proximity to Asia made it one of the biggest beneficiaries of development on the continent, but the state has relied on more than luck. In the 1960s, Japanese steel mills underwrote the development of iron ore mining in the Pilbara through contracts with Rio Tinto and BHP.
Oct 13, 2020· The move follows increased pressure on miners to protect cultural landmarks after Rio Tinto blasted a 46,000 year old sacred site in Western Australia to expand an iron ore mine.
Jan 18, 2014· Mining is the practice of extracting ore, coal, clays, soils, or minerals from the ground for the purpose of using them. Mines have existed for thousands of years. In ancient times mines consisted of short tunnels dug into the sides of hills or mountains where veins of metals, minerals, or coal had been discovered on the surface. Where Mined Ores and Minerals are
Chris Salisbury, Chief Executive, Iron Ore. The PKKP and Rio Tinto signed a comprehensive native title and heritage agreement in 2011, providing for ongoing engagement as well as financial and non financial benefits to the PKKP for mining activities on their country.
Comments attributable to Rio Tinto Iron Ore chief executive Chris Salisbury: We pay our respects to the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura People , and we are sorry for the distress we have caused. Our relationship with the PKKP matters a lot to Rio Tinto, having worked together for many years.
Dec 10, 2020· ''This could be a watershed moment for the WA mining industry and could impact WA iron ore production
Cleveland Cliffs Inc. announced today that based on current market conditions, the Company will be temporarily idling production at two of its iron ore mining
Jan 24, 2020· In 2019, global prices for iron ore averaged $112.15 per ton, an increase of 21% from $93 per ton in 2018. Prices were $88 per ton as of March 2020. Key Takeaways