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Conference program launches for IMARC 2024

IMARC will return to Sydney from October 29–31, with a packed conference program ready to wow attendees.

The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will return to Sydney from October 29–31, with a packed conference program ready to wow attendees.

The main feature of IMARC 2024 will be the exploration of how industry leaders, innovators and policymakers can help the mining sector expedite its journey to net-zero.

IMARC 2024 will look at strategies for accelerating critical minerals extraction for low-emission technologies while also ensuring the value chain reduces its carbon footprint.

The conference will also emphasis responsible mining practices to adhere to environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards.

“IMARC 2024 is about creating a roadmap for the mining industry to meet its net-zero commitments,” IMARC event director – content and partnerships Sherene Asnasyous said.

“The program will highlight how the sector can fast-track the extraction of vital minerals and integrate innovative technologies to decarbonise operations. Our goal is to provide actionable insights and strategies that industry leaders can implement to drive meaningful change.”

Attendees can look forward to hearing talks from organisations such as Newmont, Alcoa, the Minerals Council of Australia, and more.

“IMARC 2024 will serve as a pivotal platform for the global mining community to collaborate and share best practices,” Beacon Events chief operating officer Anita Richards said.

“By bringing together stakeholders from key mining jurisdictions such as Canada, Chile, Peru, and Mongolia, as well as countries involved in downstream and midstream processes like the UK, Germany, Sweden, Japan, Korea, and the US, we can collectively advance the industry’s net-zero agenda.”

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