The sustainbly sourced September issue of Mining Global is now live

- Operations - Aug 30, 2016

Mining Global is pleased to announce the September issue of Mining Global Magazine is here and ready to read, and sustainability is the hot topic this issue.

This month our front of book asks - what’s in a legacy? Natural Resources Canada, through its Green Mining Initiative strives to create a greener mining industry and leave behind a legacy of clean, cost effective and environmentally sound mining. We speak with Janice Zinck, Director of Green Mining and Innovation.

We also ask, what can the Centre for Mining and Industry at the University for Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, do for the future of the industry? Professor Caroline Digby talks to Mining Global about fixing the gap between environmental performance and long term liabilities and creating a future workforce of sustainably sound mining engineers.

We profile mining giant Anglo American and its seven steps to sustainability through the company’s seven pillars of value.

Some the world’s leading mining professionals and academics will be in Vegas this September to share their ideas for how to answer some of the biggest questions of the mining industry, we take a look at some of the confirmed speakers at MINExpo 2016.

Our leading profile this month is with Komatsu Mexico, established in April this year and a global purveyor of cutting-edge industrial products with aftermarket capability to the mining industry.

Our final profile is on Gran Colombia Gold, a Canadian gold exploration, development and extraction company in silver deposits in Colombia.

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