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Analysis-In sharp switch, Australia votes for climate action

Metro USA 22 May 2022
“Now the battle will be over ambition in short-term targets, legislating a plan so it’s out of the hands of any one government, and hitting pause on new fossil fuel mines,” said Richie Merzian, climate and energy head at the Australia Institute think tank.
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Analysis: In sharp switch, Australia votes for climate action

Reuters 22 May 2022
"Now the battle will be over ambition in short-term targets, legislating a plan so it's out of the hands of any one government, and hitting pause on new fossil fuel mines," said Richie Merzian, climate and energy head at the Australia Institute think tank.
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What changes with Australia’s new centre-left government?

Gulf News 22 May 2022
Australia’s new leader Anthony Albanese has promised big changes after nine years of conservative rule, from stepping up climate action to boosting indigenous rights and cracking down on political corruption ... Australia’s new government will cut carbon emissions by 43 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, he says.
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‘Renewable energy superpower’: Australia votes for climate action

Al Jazeera 22 May 2022
Australia’s election has ... “Now the battle will be over ambition in short-term targets, legislating a plan so it’s out of the hands of any one government, and hitting pause on new fossil fuel mines,” said Richie Merzian, climate and energy head at the Australia Institute think-tank.
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Australia set for major shift in climate policy

The Irish Times 22 May 2022
Australia is set for a ... “Now the battle will be over ambition in short-term targets, legislating a plan so it’s out of the hands of any one government, and hitting pause on new fossil fuel mines,” said Richie Merzian, climate and energy head at the Australia Institute think tank.
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Australia ousts ruling coalition after nine years

Canoe 22 May 2022
Australia ousts ruling coalition after nine years Back to video. Partial results showed that while Labor had made small gains, Morrison’s Liberal-National coalition had been punished by voters in Western Australia and affluent urban seats in particular ... Australia's Labor opposition poised to oust ruling conservatives. Australia election.
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Australia has a new left-leaning government: Here’s what you need to know

Egypt Independent 22 May 2022
Australia’s coming in from the climate cold ... Australia is prioritizing Asia and the US ... One of the big losers in this election was Clive Palmer, the mining magnate who reportedly spent close to $100 million on advertising for his United Australia Party for next to no influence.
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What changes with Australia's new centre-left government?Here are five key policy shifts to expect from ...

Deccan Herald 21 May 2022
Australia's new leader Anthony Albanese has promised big changes after nine years of conservative rule, from stepping up climate action to boosting indigenous rights and cracking down on political corruption ... Australia's new government will cut carbon emissions by 43 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, he says ... Australia.
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Juukan Gorge traditional owners sign agreement with Rio Tinto to co-manage WA mining land

The Guardian 20 May 2022
Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura people will have say on future of mines on native title area, two years after heritage site was blown up Follow our ...
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Unloved since Fukushima, uranium is hot again for miners

Mining Dot Com 20 May 2022
In Australia, uranium producers – including Paladin Energy Ltd which aims to restart its Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia, idled over a decade ago – have raised close to A$400 million ($282.08 million) in share sales over the last six months to fund exploration and resuscitate mines on three continents.
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Tonogold Announces Appointment of New Board Members

Eagle-Tribune 20 May 2022
Playford was a co-founder of LionOre Mining International, which held nickel and gold assets in Africa and Australia ... Playford founded GBS Gold Ltd (GBS.TSX), a gold mining and exploration company with assets in Africa and Australia, where he served as Chairman and CEO.
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China’s Sinosteel signs $680 million iron ore mine deal with Cameroon

Metro USA 20 May 2022
Sinosteel Cam S.A., the Cameroonian subsidiary of the state-owned Chinese miner, will develop the Lobe iron ore mine in the central African nation, helping China to diversify its sources of iron ore beyond Australia, with which it is in a trade war, and Brazil ... The Lobe mine, 200 ...
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China's Sinosteel signs $680 million iron ore mine deal with Cameroon

Reuters 20 May 2022
Sinosteel Cam S.A., the Cameroonian subsidiary of the state-owned Chinese miner, will develop the Lobe iron ore mine in the central African nation, helping China to diversify its sources of iron ore beyond Australia, with which it is in a trade war, and Brazil ... The Lobe mine, 200 ...
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VivoPower International PLC and Tembo Announce Design Services Agreement with Toyota Australia

Eagle-Tribune 20 May 2022
VivoPower has established a Tembo subsidiary in Australia and will commit dedicated Tembo resources to this important programme ... We will also be sub-contracting our partner in Australia, GB Auto, given their dedicated mining sector experience.” ... About Toyota Motor Corporation Australia.
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Collaborative approach necessary to make SA mining industry globally competitive again

Independent online (SA) 20 May 2022
Concerns about mineral resource scarcity are widespread, and, at the same time, many countries, such as Australia, Canada and China, are investing significantly in strengthening their mining-related research, development and innovation (RDI) capabilities ... Upskilling mine employees ... Circular economy and mining under increasing electricity costs.

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