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Working together to reimagine what happens after mining ends.

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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Unlocking insights into dryland plant dynamics: A Pilbara study with HDR Top-up Scholar Jake Eckersley

Jake Eckersley's research offers insights and innovative monitoring methods to understand and manage Australia's dryland plants in the Pilbara region

Dr Bruce Kelley, Rebecca Getty and Dr Guy Boggs at an event

WA Senior Leaders event - Research to support Diversify WA: Future State

Senior leaders from WA convened with the CRC TiME Board and staff to hear how our activities support the state's priorities for the future.

Working towards First Nations Inclusion

During 2022-23 we focused on shared benefits through a unified process of respectfully engaging with Indigenous people and organisations and partners.

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