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26th World Mining Congress debuts down under

26th World Mining Congress debuts down under

With its Australian debut this week, the 26th World Mining Congress 2023 (WMC) draws together international leaders in mining and resourcing, setting the scene for high-level discussion and international agreements that have forever changed the global mining scene.

Woolpert Asia-Pacific Director of Operations, Glenn Morrison, joined suppliers, extraction companies, researchers, consultants, and technology providers from the world’s leading resource economies in Brisbane, exploring the congress theme ‘Resourcing Tomorrow: Creating Value for Society.’

Hosted by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, WMC facilitates a global exchange of information around the world’s future economic and social dependence on resources, through the scope of climate change, environmental sustainability, digital transformation, disruptive technologies, and the future of the workforce.

We are delighted to have been among industry, government, and academia representatives from almost seventy countries worldwide, contributing to the leading international forum with a celebrated 60-year history.

Since the 1960s, Woolpert (formerly AAM), has helped shape the Australian mining and resources sector with strong geospatial expertise and reliable results that support the complete mining lifecycle from exploration to rehabilitation. See why Woolpert is your chosen spatial information partner in the Asia-Pacific and beyond.

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