Australian Technology’s Role in Addressing Mining's Environmental Impacts

The 2022 NSW Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series is held in the Strangers’ Function Room at Parliament of New South Wales, Sydney.

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Chris Beal, Chief Executive Officer, NextOre Pty Ltd, presents:

Australian Technology's Role in Addressing the Environmental Impacts of Mining

To slow and limit the effects of climate change, nations globally will need to be underpinned by a variety of renewable energy sources, low emission vehicles and circular economies. But, by necessity, this will also require more mining of metals and minerals than any time in human history.

Australia’s reputation as a global leader in resources extraction, while founded on an abundance of natural resources, is also attributable to the ingenuity of Australians themselves. Australian inventors and businesses have developed many technologies underpinning advancements in mining efficiency and safety to date.

Chris Beal is the CEO of NextOre, an Australian mining technology business that supplies sophisticated sensing systems to mining companies. These systems are based on magnetic resonance technology licensed from the CSIRO.

Chris’s presentation will show the impact that the worldwide growth in green technology will have on metals demand, as well as examples of historical and emerging Australian technologies that are making the mining industry safer and cleaner.

Join Chris Beal when he presents, ‘Australian Technology’s Role in Addressing the Environmental Impacts of Mining’.

About the Event

The 2022 NSW Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series is held in the Strangers’ Function Room at Parliament of New South Wales, Sydney.

Entry is via Macquarie Street, Sydney. Guests are required to undergo routine security screening.

Breakfast, tea and coffee will be served from 7.30am.

The seminars will commence at 8am sharp and conclude by 9am. Tea and coffee will be available afterwards.

For further information, please call (02) 9228 5762.

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