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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.

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.

Research Ethics Workshop Summary


On Monday 20 May, CRC TiME held the 'Understanding the human ethics process and how to overcome challenges in approval online workshop' presented by Associate Professor Mandy Downing from Curtin University. Below is the summary of the workshop.

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.

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!

Beyond closure: A new research agenda


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

CRC TiME Board update: Thanking Vanessa Elliott and welcoming Shirley McPherson


Please join us in thanking our inaugural First Nations College Director Vanessa Elliott for her service to the Board, our organisation and our shared goals.

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.

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…

Enrol now for the Foundations of Mine Closure and Sustainable Transitions Mass Open Online Course


Enrolments are now the Foundations of Mine Closure and Sustainable Transitions – a world-first mass open online course….

September 2023 Newsletter


Read the latest news in our September 2023 newsletter.

First Nations Bursary for the CRC TiME Annual Forum


CRC TiME’s Annual Forum will be held on the 21st – 23rd November in the Latrobe Valley, Victoria. This…

August 2023 Newsletter


Read the latest news in our August 2023 newsletter.

National Science Week – Caroline Williams


For National Science Week we interviewed a few of our board members, staff, partners and researchers. Today we are showcasing our Engagement Manager (First Nations), Caroline Williams

World Mining Congress Symposium on closure and post-mining transitions


A summary of the CRC TiME Symposium at the World Mining Congress 2023

Special mine closure and transition Symposium at the 2023 World Mining Congress


Our Research Director Professor Tom Measham is leading a Symposium at the World Mining Congress, 26 – 29…

CRC TiME Annual Forum 2023 Program


View this year's conference program in draft form and check back for updates

Reclaiming the Void experience


The University of Western Australia, the ARC Training Centre for Healing Country at Curtin University and CRC TiME…