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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.

Future of Mining Perth 2024


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

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.

Meet Suzi Strapp, our inaugural CRC TiME Community Champion


Suzi was recognised for her incredible leadership and work with Iluka to repurpose part of a former mine site as the Possum Finishing School.

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.

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…

2023 CRC TiME Annual Report released


Report signals maturity of world-first CRC in the face of increasing need for knowledge, tools and resources to support post-mining transformations.

Re-thinking a model of mine rehabilitation and closure: should we, and why?


When governments approve a mining lease, the expectation is that the land will be restored to its pre-mining…

Interview with Nevenka Bulovic


Meet Nevenka, a Sustainable Minerals Institute Research Fellow and climate change specialist, who is joining us at our 2023 Annual Forum in the Latrobe Valley.

Interview with Project Lead, Dr Jess Reeves


This week we interviewed Dr Jess Reeves, the project lead for 'Collaborative planning for post-mining development in the Latrobe Valley'.

The 39th Annual Q Conference for Scientific Study of Subjectivity, Belfast, Northern Ireland


CRC TiME Top-Up Scholarship recipient and PhD student Fitsum S. Weldegiorgis updates us on his participation of the 39th Annual Q Conference for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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….

Nominations are now open for inaugural CRC TiME Awards


We are pleased to launch the annual CRC TiME Outstanding Student, Distinguished Paper and Community Champion Awards. The award winners will be announced at the Annual Forum Dinner on 21 November 2023.

CRC TiME’s Pilot Cross Regional Knowledge Exchange in the Bowen Basin – July 2023


Day 1 – Mackay Day one kicked off with all delegates together for the first time for a…