Bridging diverse interests
21 – 23 November, Latrobe Valley, Victoria
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The Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio MP, Minister for Climate Action, Minister for Energy and Resources, Minister for the State Electricity Commission (Victoria)
Jen Brereton, CEO, Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority
Peter Dowling, CEO, Central Highlands Development Commission
Anne Baker, Mayor, Isaac Regional Council
Arran McGhie, COO, Genex
James Purtill, Queensland Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner
Linda Bibby, Director of Policy and Legislation, Resources Victoria
Shane Brandenburg, Manager (Economy and Prosperity), Isaac Regional Council
Associate Professor Jessica Reeves, Federation University
Associate Professor Mansour Edraki, and Professor Neil McIntyre, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland
Dr Lavinia Poruschi, Research Economist, CSIRO
Rhonda Hastie, Yallourn Rehabilitation Leader; Lisa Gooding, Yallourn Transition Leader, Energy Australia
Antonia Scrase, Technical Director, Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority
Dr Jenny Pope, Professor of Sustainability in Mining, Harry Butler Institute, Murdoch University
Professor Thomas Baumgartl, Director Geotechnical and Hydrogeological Engineering Research Group (GHERG), Federation University
Dr Vaughan Reimers, Business Development Officer, Latrobe City Council
Jen Smith, General Manager, Gippsland Agricultural Group
Key themes to be discussed
- Balancing competing interests
- Multiple values of water
- Education and new research
- Delivering cultural value
- Planning mine closure and transition for a positive future
- Workshop on Regional Cumulative Effects
- Lessons and way forward
Focus on AMD
The International Network of Acid Prevention (INAP) will be holding a special Symposium at Federation University, parallel to the CRC TiME Annual Forum, on Thursday 23 November.
We’re grateful to the Latrobe City Council, the Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority and the International Network for Acid Prevention for their generous support.
Thank you to our collaborators, including the Federation University; the Victorian Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action; the Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority; Latrobe City Council; Energy Australia; AGL; Alcoa; and ENGIE.
We acknowledge the Gunaikurnai, the Traditional Custodians of Country, and recognise their continuing connection to land, sea, culture and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
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