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Browsing Research Output by Subject "Mining securities"
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Critical elements in implementing fundamental change in public environmental policy: Western Australia’s mine closure and rehabilitation securities reform (Taylor & Francis, 2016)Development of public policy is a key role of government. Following the framework for Australian governments to uphold when developing public policy alone will not guarantee good policy development. This research critically ...
Integrating mine closure planning with environmental impact assessment: challenges and opportunities drawn from African and Australian practice (Taylor & Francis, 2016)Best practice mine closure planning and environmental impact assessment (EIA) principles share many common features. This research examined how mine closure planning relates to, and can be integrated with EIA by comparing ...