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New Leaders' 2009

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2009

The AusIMM New Leaders' 2009 Conference was themed 'Mining, Our Generation', and allowed students graduating into the industry, as well as recent graduates and delegates, an opportunity to understand the strategic issues currently surrounding the mining industry as well as the innovations in mining practices.

Within the industry it is widely accepted that change is needed to sustain growth in order to see a strong future, for not only mining, but also for the economy and of course the environment. The papers in these proceedings focus on the strategic issues in mining, the improvement and optimisation of current mining practises and career pathways for recent graduates into the industry. In addition to this, both sides of the mining industry's role in the great climate change debate is represented.

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Australia Overseas
Member $22.00 $20.00
Non-Member $33.00 $30.00
Student Member $22.00 $20.00
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Format Hardcopy
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ISBN: 978 1 920806 99 6

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