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We bring diverse partners and stakeholders together to help reimagine and transform what happens when mining ends – socially, environmentally and economically – for the better.

Rethinking how we plan, collaborate, deliver and support post-mine transformations is more important than ever as decarbonisation drives unprecedented minerals development at the same time as leading to the progressive completion of thermal coal mining in some regions.

Established in 2020, CRC TiME is part of the Australian Government’s world-leading Cooperative Research Centre Program. It operates with support of the Commonwealth and more than 75 partners.

We are hosted by the University of Western Australia and University of Queensland.


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New report identifies billions worth of opportunities

A landmark new report underscores the scale of opportunity for businesses helping to solve the global mine closure solutions challenge.

Interview with Luke Odianose Omoarelojies

Recently, our Communications Officer, Ben Hamilton had the visited the the Centre for Engineering Innovation to interview Luke Odianose Omoarelojies

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Hear insights and discussions about the landmark report, 'Enabling mine closure and transitions: Opportunities for Australian industry.'

Connecting regions in transitions

Our pilot Cross-regional knowledge exchange brought together people, ideas and sectors to discuss regional economic transformations.

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