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Media release: New reports to help test applicability of Natural Capital Accounting in Australia’s mining sector


Australian-first project identifies data, capability and systems needs to adopt Natural Capital Accounting - a new way of accounting for impacts on nature over the life of projects.

Restoring Country in Canada: Guts’éni – Our Relations: Developing community-based revegetation strategies on Kaska Dena lands


This webinar explores the work being undertaken by Dena Cho, a Canadian environmental management company owned and operated by the Ross River Dena Council.

Natural Capital Accounting Symposium


Hear diverse perspectives and gain cutting-edge insights about pathways to adoption of Natural Capital Accounting in the mining sector.

Restoring Country – Modes of engagement: ways local Indigenous groups are working on mine environments and restoring Country


Exploring Indigenous-led Participation in Mine Closure and Environmental Services.

Impact story: collaborating with industry and community to unlock the value of mining transitions


Read The University of Queensland's article about our strong research partnership with UQ.

Media release: World-first Australian course addresses mine closure gap


CRC TiME funded The University of Queensland and Curtin University to develop a world-first online course on the foundations of mine closure and sustainable transitions.

Restoring Country – Scoping opportunities for Indigenous leadership and participation in mine closure and environmental services


Exploring Indigenous-led Participation in Mine Closure and Environmental Services.

Restoring Country Webinar Series


Exploring Indigenous-led Participation in Mine Closure and Environmental Services.

CRC TiME Annual Forum 2024


Join us in Brisbane, 20-21 August!

Future of Mining Perth 2024


CRC TiME is supporting this year's Future of Mining event in Perth.

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.

Travel Diary: South West, Western Australia


Recently, Communications Officer, Ben Hamilton explored pit lake redevelopment and community engagement in south west Western Australia with the National Pit Lake Assessment team. He detailed his experience in a travel diary so you can join the journey.

Beyond closure: A new research agenda


It's time for a new way of approaching the end of mine life.

Interview with Dr Kathryn Linge


Meet Dr Kathryn Linge, a seasoned analytical chemist and Senior Scientist at ChemCentre, Western Australia.

Travel diary: Recap of field research activities in the US by Fitsum S. Weldegiorgis


Highlights included multi-stakeholder meetings, coal mine and power plant visits and guest lectures.

2022-23 Annual Report: Progress towards First Nations Inclusion


During 2022-23 we focused on shared benefits through a unified process of respectfully engaging with Indigenous people and organisations, partners and the First Nations Advisory Team.

Growing tomorrow: Planting for the future


Planting out and measuring 2312 seedlings is no small task!

Celebrating excellence: CRC TiME Annual Awards 2023


Our 2023 Awards recognised individuals whose work is challenging the status quo to help transform what happens after mining ends.

Australian-first report identifies billions worth of opportunities in improving mine closure and transitions


Key points Analysis by CSIRO projects the closure of nearly 240 Australian mines by 2040, estimating an annual…

Interview with Dr Rebecca Rey


Introducing Rebecca, our communications maestro and the mastermind behind our upcoming Annual Forum. As the conductor of all things communication, she doesn't just manage messages; she orchestrates symphonies of connection!