Journal Papers

Year Title CSRM Authors Pub Type View
2015 Private land manager capacity to conserve threatened communities under climate change Research Paper View
2015 A framework for incorporating fine-scale dispersal behaviour into biodiversity conservation planning Research Paper View
2015 Using social data in strategic environmental assessment to conservebiodiversity Research Paper View
2015 Involuntary Resettlement in the Extractive Industries: Lessons from a Vietnamese Mining Project Research Paper View
2014 Research and Innovation Partnerships: Lessons and Resources for the Unconventional Gas Sector. Research Paper View
2014 Conflict translates environmental and social risk into business costs Research Paper View
2014 The Status of Industrial Ecology in Australia: Barriers and Enablers. Research Paper View
2014 Rare earths industry in 2013-2014: Diversifying supply sources. Research Paper View
2013 An assessment of Ghana’s mineral policy in the era of sustainable development: A critical review of mineral royalties disbursements for communities.   Research Paper View
2013 Social Impact Management Plans: Innovation in corporate and public policy Research Paper View
2013 The cumulative dimensions of impact in resource regions Research Paper View
2013 Building momentum on rare earths research and development. Research Paper View
2013 Social Water Assessment Protocol: a Step Towards Connecting Mining, Water and Human Rights Research Paper View
2013 Human rights and impact assessment: clarifying the connections in practice Research Paper View
2012 Social Licence in Design: Constructive technology assessment within a mineral research and development institution Research Paper View
2012 The end of the beginning? Mining, sacred geographies, memory and performance in Lihir Research Paper View
2012 Coming out of the stone: dangerous heritage and the death of the Twinhox band Research Paper View
2011 Corporate social responsibility, mining and “audit culture” Research Paper View
2011 Developing a classification system for regional resource synergies Research Paper View
2011 Stepping Stones Across the Lihir Islands: Developing Cultural Heritage Management in the Context of a Gold-Mining Operation Research Paper View
2011 Enhancing the benefits of local content: integrating social and economic impact assessment into procurement strategies Research Paper View
2011 Just Relations and Company–Community Conflict in Mining Research Paper View
2011 Sustainable Development Principles for the Disposal of Mining and Mineral Processing Wastes Research Paper View
2010 Managing the Cumulative Impacts of Coal Mining on Regional Communities and Environments in Australia. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal Research Paper View
2010 New Approaches to Evaluating the Performance of Corporate–Community Partnerships: A Case Study from the Minerals Sector Research Paper View
2010 Strategic resource or ideal source? Discourse, organizational change and CSR Research Paper View
2010 Mining, water and human rights: making the connection Research Paper View
2010 Accountability in planning for sustainable water supplies in South East Queensland Research Paper View
2009 Incorporating Sustainable Development in the Design of Mineral Processing Operations- Review and Analysis of Current Approaches Research Paper View
2009 Atmospheric and hydrological transport modelling of SOx emissions in a unique verification context   Research Paper View
2009 Potential opportunities and impacts of a hydrogen economy for the Australian minerals industry   Research Paper View
2009 Mining and community development: problems and possibilities of local-level practice Research Paper View
2009 The impact of Queensland's regulatory waste management framework on the uptake of regional synergies Research Paper View
2008 The Genesis and the Escalation of Desire and Antipathy in the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea Research Paper View
2008 Life cycle assessment of seawater neutralised red mud for treatment of acid mine drainage Research Paper View
2008 Indigenous Employment in the Australian Mining Industry Research Paper View
2007 Risk assessment as a tool to explore sustainable development issues: lessons from the Australian coal industry Research Paper View
2007 Industrial Symbiosis in the Australian Minerals Industry: The Cases of Kwinana and Gladstone Research Paper View
2006 Community relations management systems in the minerals industry: combining conventional and stakeholder-driven approaches Research Paper View
1994 Consulting on a consultation protocol Research Paper View

Guides and Handbooks

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WHY AGREEMENTS MATTER

This guide is the fourth to be developed in partnership with the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining (CSRM), part of the Sustainable Minerals Institute at The University of Queensland. Other guides include Why gender matters, Why cultural heritage matters and Why human rights matter.

 

To capture agreement experience and promote good practice concepts and approaches, this guide has been

reviewed by two groups – a group of Rio Tinto reviewers from different departments and geographical locations, and an External review panel of experts in agreement-making.

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GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND MINING - SECOND EDITION

The Guide is primarily aimed at providing guidance to companies on good practice where mining-related activities occur on or near traditional indigenous land and territory. This recognizes that particular rights, legal requirements a nd interests come into play, and in such cases these situations tend to present significant challenges for mining companies.

 

The main focus of the Guide is on mining-related activities that take place in relatively remote locations, but it is recognized that some mines are located close to large urban centres that contain substantial indigenous populations.

 

We hope that the guide provides an effective framework for ICMM members to bring long-term benefits to indigenous communities and companies – and serves as a useful tool for promoting best practice across the mining and metals sector more broadly.

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SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: GUIDANCE FOR ASSESSING AND MANAGING THE SOCIAL IMPACTS OF PROJECTS

The purpose of this Guidance Note is to provide advice to various stakeholders about what is expected in good practice social impact assessment (SIA) and social impact management processes, especially in relation to project development. Project development refers to dams, lines, oil and gas drilling, factories, ports, airports, pipelines, electricity transmission corridors, roads, railway lines and other infrastructure including large-scale agriculture, forestry and aquaculture projects.

This Guidance Note builds on IAIA’s (2003) International Principles for Social Impact Assessment. While the International Principles outline the overarching understandings of the SIA field, including the expected values of the profession, this document seeks to provide advice on good practice in the undertaking and appraisal of SIAs and the adaptive management of projects to address the social issues. As a statement of good and sometimes leading practice, not all the information in this document will necessarily be applicable in every situation – people utilising this information will need to establish for themselves what is appropriate in each particular context.

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GUIDE TO GOOD PRACTICES IN INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT. REPORT TO BG GROUP

This project involved a review and synthesis of the literature on good practices in IETED. The data is drawn primarily from previous research undertaken by CSRM, including the Centre’s work with QGC, BG Group’s Australian coal seam gas business. The aim of the research was to extend existing knowledge on IETED by:

 

• Determining how best to apply current knowledge to the gas sector

 

• Providing specifics on how to implement good practices in the gas sector

 

• Identifying considerations that would be specific to different country contexts.

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L'APPROVISIONNEMENT AUPRÈS DES PME LOCALES GUIDE DE BONNES PRATIQUES POUR LES SECTEURS MINIER, PÉTROLIER ET GAZIER AUSTRALIENS Cover

L'APPROVISIONNEMENT AUPRÈS DES PME LOCALES GUIDE DE BONNES PRATIQUES POUR LES SECTEURS MINIER, PÉTROLIER ET GAZIER AUSTRALIENS

This Good Practice Guide is primarily aimed at corporate professionals working in the Australian resources sector in procurement/supply chain, community relations and contract management roles.

http://www.deseptiles.com/fr/accueil/

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WHY HUMAN RIGHTS MATTER

This ‘how to’ publication, co-authored with Rio Tinto by a team from CSRM, provides guidance on engaging inclusively, undertaking human rights due diligence, and integrating human rights into CSP planning processes. The Guide also provides insight into Rio Tinto’s corporate human rights framework and how the business can continue to build enduring and positive relationships with communities.

 

This Guide also includes case studies, tools and checklists that elaborate on various aspects of business and human rights.

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SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF RESOURCE PROJECTS

This paper describes aspects of the legislative and policy framework for the assessment and management of the social impacts of resource projects in Australia. Australian state governments have adopted varied approaches to the assessment and management of social impacts. The paper does not attempt to provide a comprehensive review of SIA policy in Australia, nor should it be used as a guide to the jurisdictional requirements. Instead the paper highlights the leading practice initiatives that have improved outcomes for the communities and social groups impacted by projects. The paper begins with an outline of the social issues associated with resource development and an explanation of SIA and its importance. A range of case studies of initiatives and policies adopted by governments in Australia are summarised.

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WHY CULTURAL HERITAGE MATTERS

Rio Tinto has released a practical ‘how to’ guide for integrating cultural heritage considerations into their communities work throughout all Rio Tinto operations, including exploration, project development, mines and smelters. This publication, developed in conjunction with CSRM, provides guidance on how to improve the understanding of cultural heritage values and how, through engagement with communities and stakeholders, Rio Tinto can improve decision-making and management processes. The Guide also provides background material on cultural heritage as a concept, a practical business priority and as an emerging field in international forums.

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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND MINING

This Guide was developed by the ICMM to help its members and other mining companies navigate through the complexities associated with mining near indigenous communities. It highlights good practice principles, discusses the challenges in applying these principles at the operational level and provides real-world examples of how mining projects have addressed these challenges. It also explores the cost of getting it wrong. CSRM co-authored the publication, working with UK-based Synergy and an active stakeholder reference group co-ordinated by the ICMM

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PROCURING FROM SMES IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES

This Good Practice Guide is primarily aimed at corporate professionals working in the Australian resources sector in procurement/supply chain, community relations and contract management roles.

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CUMULATIVE IMPACTS: A GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COAL MINING INDUSTRY

This guide was prepared by CSRM and CWiMI as part of a collaborative research project funded by the Australian Coal Association Research Program. The guide provides a practical resource to assist companies and governments assess, manage and monitor the cumulative social, economic and environmental impacts of large-scale mining at the local and regional scale.

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WHY GENDER MATTERS

In recent times Rio Tinto, and the broader resources sector, has recognized the critical role that gender plays in the social dynamics of local communities. This Guide was developed by Rio Tinto in conjunction with CSRM, who were the principal authors. Rio Tinto also sought advice and input from external experts from all regions of the world in developing the guide. The Guide includes case studies from a number of Rio Tinto sites from across the globe.

 

https://www.csrm.uq.edu.au/publications/why-gender-matters-training-for-communities-and-social-performance-practitioners

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FEMALE MINING ENGINEERING AND MINERALS PROCESSING STUDENTS: CAREER DRIVERS, EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS.

This report presents findings from a survey of second, third and fourth

year students enrolled in mining engineering and minerals processing programs at The University of Queensland, The University of New South Wales, Western Australian School of Mines (Curtin University of

Technology) and Murdoch University.

The survey was designed to address the following key research

questions:

 

What motivates female students to enrol in mining-related degrees?

 

Having enrolled, how likely are they to take up a career in the minerals industry and how long are they likely to stay?

 

What factors are likely to influence their decisions to stay or leave

the industry?

 

What are their personal and career goals and how, if at all, do they

differ from those of male students?

 

What are their impressions of the minerals industry as a place for

women to work?

 

What suggestions do they have on how to attract more women into mining-related courses?

 

The survey was distributed and completed during class time. In total, 329 students completed the survey, of whom 51 (15.5%) were female and 277 (84.5%) were male.

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INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT IN THE AUSTRALIAN MINERALS INDUSTRY

This ground-breaking Guide summarises a two-year study of Indigenous employment in the Australian minerals industry, which aimed to assist companies and operations improve their capacity to attract, retain and develop Indigenous employees.

Sponsored by Rio Tinto, the project was conducted under the auspices of the Minerals Council of Australia’s Social Policy Taskforce. It also resulted in the production of an associated evaluation tool which ahs been applied by a range of industry organisations.

 

View the Evaluation Tool

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

The Leading Practice Sustainable Development Program for the Mining Industry is an Australian Government initiative which has produced a series of internationally-recognised handbooks on various topics. Developed by a multi-stakeholder working group, CSRM provided significant input through David Brereton as Chair of the panel and Deanna Kemp as Principal Author.

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DEVELOPING A COMMUNITY IMPACTS MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: A GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR AUSTRALIAN COAL MINING OPERATIONS

Developing a Community Impacts Monitoring and Management Strategy: A Guidance Document for Australian Coal Mining Operations.

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A SOURCEBOOK OF COMMUNITY IMPACT MONITORING MEASURES FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COAL MINING INDUSTRY

This sourcebook and the accompanying manual provides guidance to Australian coal mining operations on how to better understand and manage their impacts on local communities.

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SUSTAINABILITY OPPORTUNITY AND THREAT ANALYSIS

This CSRM workbook outlines a process to apply risk assessment methodology to develop a site-based approach to sustainability issues. Specifically it encourages the application of a sustainability framework to conduct an opportunity and threat analysis, incorporating different stakeholder viewpoints and considering various stages of the project lifecycle. The emphasis is on maintaining an opportunity focus through the analysis i.e. identifying positive outcomes to be targeted in addition to events with negative consequences.

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Conference Papers

Year Title CSRM Authors Pub Type View
2013 Using SWAP to Connect Water, Human Rights and Mining Conference Paper View
2012 Sustainable Peace in the Mining Context Conference Paper View
2011 Integrating social and economic impact assessment into local procurement strategy Conference Paper View
2011 Training for Transformation Conference Paper View
2011 Cross-sectoral governance - a comparison of international responses to mining and community impacts Conference Paper View
2009 Challenges and Opportunities in the Development of a Cultural Heritage Management Strategy at the Lihir Gold Mine, Papua New Guinea Conference Paper View
2008 Considering the experience of Indigenous women working in the Australian mining industry Conference Paper View
2007 Assessing the Benefits of Sustainable Processing Research in the Minerals Industry Conference Paper View
2007 Measuring What Matters: Monitoring the contribution of a new mining project to community sustainability Conference Paper View
2006 The Importance of Water in the Gladstone Industrial Area Conference Paper View
2006 Beyond NPV: A Review of Valuation Methodologies and Their Applicability to Water in Mining Conference Paper View
2006 Water, Communities and Mineral Resource Development — Understanding the Risks and Opportunities Conference Paper View
2005 Engaging on the Ground: Site-Level Community Engagement Practices in the Australian Minerals Industry Conference Paper View
2005 Emerging Models of Community Engagement in the Australian Minerals Industry Conference Paper View
2005 Regulating the Social and Environmental Performance of the Australian Minerals Industry: A Sociological Analysis of Emerging Forms of Governance   Conference Paper View
2004 Legacy mining areas on the urban fringe: A study of Ipswich, Queensland   Conference Paper View
2003 Water Use and Sustainable Development in Coal Mining: A case study from Central Queensland Conference Paper View
2002 The Role of Self-Regulation in Improving Corporate Social Performance: The Case of the Mining Industry Conference Paper View
1996 Noosa's Potable Reuse Proposal Conference Paper View

Reports

ar Title CSRM Authors Pub Type View
2017 Project-Induced In-Migration and Large-Scale Mining Report View
2017 Designing Sustainability Certification For Greater Impact Report View
2017 Hindsight for foresight: Lessons about agreement governance from implementing the Gulf Communities Agreement (GCA) Report View
2016 Making & Implementing Agreements with Indigenous Communities: A Case Study of the Gulf Communities Agreement Report View
2016 Designing Sustainability Certification For Greater Impact: Perceptions, expectations and recommendations in sustainability certification schemes Report View
2016 Lessons from Implementing Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in the Philippines: A Case Study for Teaching Purposes - Facilitator’s Guide July, 2016 Report View
2016 An Evaluation Framework for STEM Enrichment Programs Report View
2016 Sustainability certification schemes: evaluating their effectiveness and adaptability Article,Report View
2016 The ABC of Social Responsibility in Mining: A Manual on how to obtain Social Consensus in the Extractive Sector Report View
2016 ILO Policy Note: Inclusive business practices in Africa's extractive industries Report View
2016 Myanmar and the Natural Resource Charter 28 Priority Issues for the Extractives Industries Report View
2015 Final Report: Can Traditional Livelihoods & Mining Co-Exist in a changing climate Report View
2015 Socio-ecological tools in the development of mineral infrastructure Report View
2015 LA INCLUSIÓN SOCIAL EN LAS POLÍTICAS Y PLANES PÚBLICOS PARA EL SISTEMA MINERO DE COLOMBIA REFLEXIONES Y APRENDIZAJES Report View
2015 A third party review of the Barrick/Porgera Joint Venture off-lease resettlement pilot: Operating context and opinion on suitability Report View
2015 Benchmarking Leading Practice in Aboriginal Business Procurement in the Extractive Resource Sector Report View
2015 KRED Enterprises: building and sustaining independent Aboriginal economic development Report View
2015 JORNADA DE TRABAJO: POLÍTICA MINERA, DERECHOS Y TERRITORIO Report View
2015 ANÁLISIS DEL PLAN NACIONAL DE ORDENAMIENTO MINERO DE COLOMBIA UNA LECTURA CRÍTICA DESDE LA INCLUSIÓN SOCIAL Report View
2015 LA INCLUSIÓN SOCIAL EN LAS POLÍTICAS Y PLANES PÚBLICOS PARA EL SISTEMA MINERO DE COLOMBIA Report View
2015 Promoting Social Inclusion in Public Policy-making for Columbia's Mining System - An Applied Research Project   Report View
2015 PROMOVIENDO LA INCLUSIÓN SOCIAL EN LA POLÍTICA MINERA DE COLOMBIA   Report View
2015 MAPA DE UN SISTEMA MINERO INCOMPLETO   Report View
2015 CONVERSACIONES SOBRE LA CONSULTA Y EL CONSENTIMIENTO PREVIOS, LIBRES E INFORMADOS EN COLOMBIA   Report View
2015 CONVERSATORIO LA INCLUSIÓN SOCIAL EN LAS POLÍTICAS Y PLANES PÚBLICOS PARA EL SISTEMA MINERO DE COLOMBIA Report View
2015 IDENTIFICACIÓN DE CASOS Y REGIONES   Report View
2015 Diálogo, Conflictividad y Regulación de los Estudios de Impacto Ambiental en el Sistema Minero: Aprendiendo de la Experiencia Peruana en el Contexto Latinoamericano Report View
2015 Women in Australian Mining 1997 to 2013 - A Generation of Change Report View
2015 Economic Contributions From Industrial Mining in Madagascar Report View
2015 Can Traditional Livelihoods & Mining Co-exist in a Changing Climate: Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships in Mongolia to Reduce Risk and Address Loss and Damage Report View
2015 Mobile Transparency? Financial Inclusion, Mobile Money and Papua New Guinea's Resources Sector Report View
2015 Designing Sustainablity Certification For Greater Impact: An analysis of the design characteristics of 15 sustainability certification schemes in the mining industry. Report View
2015 Responsible mining in Mongolia: Enhancing Positive Engagement   Report View
2015 Хариуцлагатай Уул Уурхай Монголд: Хамтын Зүтгэл   Report View
2015 ACARP C22029 Managing Cumulative Impacts in Mixed-Industry Regions: Isaac Region (bowen Basin) Case Study, Queensland Report View
2015 ACARP C22029 Managing Cumulative Impacts in Mixed-Industry Regions: Upper Hunter Valley Case Study NSW Report View
2015 Appendix 2 ACARP C22029 Managing Cumulative Impacts in Mixed-Industry Regions: Western Downs (Surat Basin) Case Study Report View
2015 The Developmet and Current State of Landowner Business Associated with Resource Projects in Papua New Guinea Report View
2015 Mining, Resettlement and Lost Livelihoods: Listening to the Voices of Resettled Communities in Mualadzi, Mozambique Report View
2015 Mineração, reassentamento e meios de vida perdidos Report View
2015 Understanding and managing cumulative impacts of coal mining and other land uses in regions with diversified economies Report View
2015 Exploring the Community's "Right to Know" Report View
2015 Opportunities and Challenges for Local Food Procurement by Mining Companies in Tanzania and Mozambique Report View
2014 Designing Mining Technology For Social Outcomes: Final Report of the Technology Futures Report Project Report View
2014 SMI Монголд Танилцуулга Report View
2014 Mining and local-level development: Examining the gender dimensions of agreements between companies and communities Report View
2014 Unearthing future resource sector trends and implications for Queensland Report View
2014 Investigating approaches to working with artisanal and small-scale miners: A review of best practice and progress reports from the field Report View
2014 The Guide to Good Practices in Indigenous Employment, Training & Enterprise Development Report View
2014 Análisis del Desarrollo Minero en Baja California Sur y de sus Potenciales efectos sobre el Desarrollo Humano y Sustentable Report View
2014 Análisis del Desarrollo Minero en Baja California Sur: Proyecto Minero Los Cardones Report View
2014 Mapping Gender Based Violence and Mining Infrastructure in Mongolian Mining Communities Report View
2014 Industrial Ecology Forum "Shifting the Australian Resources Paradigm", 28 March 2014, Sydney: Outcomes and Findings Report Report View
2014 Costs of Company-Community Conflict in the Extractive Sector Report View
2014 Taking on the miners. Report View
2014 Gulf Communities Agreement - 15 Year Review Report View
2014 Social Aspects of the Closure of Century Mine: Social Impact Assessment STAGE 2 Report View
2013 Mining and Community Relations Practitioner Roundtable: Report from South East Asia Report View
2013 Galilee mega projects must avoid mistakes of last boom. Report View
2013 Community relations and mining: Core to business but not “core business” Report View
2013 Factors Linked to the well-being of Fly-In-Fly-Out (FIFO) workers Report View
2013 Energy resources from the food bowl: an uneasy co-existence. Identifying and managing cumulative impacts of mining and agriculture Report View
2013 IM4DC Report - Institutional and Political Frameworks of Environmental Licensing Processes Report View
2013 ICMM Approaches to understanding development outcomes from mining Report View
2013 Beyond Voluntarism: The Changing Role of Corporate Social Investment in the Extractive Resources Sector Report View
2013 Scoping the potential for Enterprise Faciliation in Mongolia Report View
2013 Escuchando a la ciudad de Cajamarca: Un estudio solicitado por Minera Yanacocha Report View
2013 Mining and Development in Indonesia: an overview of the Regulatory Framework and Policies Report View
2013 Social aspects of the closure of Century Mine: Impact and Future Prospects for Gulf Business and the Regional Economy Report View
2013 Listening to the city of Cajamarca: Final Report Report View
2013 Exploring the social dimensions of autonomous and remote operation mining: Applying Social License in Design Report View
2013 Social aspects of the closure of Century Mine: Combined Report Report View
2013 Extractive resource development in a changing climate Report View
2013 Institutional and Political Frameworks of Environmental Licensing Processes Report View
2013 Social Aspects of the Closure of Century Mine: Survey of employees in GCA roles at Century Mine Report View
2013 Social aspects of the closure of Century Mine: Report on community consultations Report View
2012 Listening to the city of Cajamarca Report View
2012 Mine Site Rehabilitation in Sierra Leone Report View
2012 A review of the Regional Synergy Development in Gladstone Report View
2012 Governance Strategies to Manage and Monitor Cumulative Impacts at the Local and Regional Level Report View
2012 Conflict management and Corporate Culture in the Extractive Industries: A Study in Peru Report View
2012 Local government, mining companies and resource development in regional Australia Report View
2012 The Social Dimensions of Charcoal use in Steelmaking Report View
2012 Agreement-making with Indigenous Groups Report View
2012 Analysis of Economic and Social Effects of Pueblo Viejo Mining Project Report View
2012 Autonomous and remote operation technologies in Australian mining Report View
2011 Investigating constructive technology assessment within the Minerals Down Under Flagship: Interview results. ( No. Cluster Research Report 2.2.) Report View
2011 Gold Ridge Mining Project - Social and Resettlement Action Plan. 3rd Independent Monitoring Report Report View
2011 Gold Ridge Mining Project - Social and Resettlement Action Plan. 2nd Independent Monitoring Report Report View
2011 The Foundations for Responsible Mining in Cambodia – Suggested Approaches Report View
2011 Water recycling: Recent history of local government initiatives in South East Queensland Report View
2010 Corporate assessment of site-level social performance in the resources industry Report View
2010 Technology Futures Discussion Paper Report View
2009 Leading Practice Strategies for Addressing the Social Impacts of Resource Developments Report View
2009 Risk Communication: A Framework for Technology Development and Implementation in the Mining and Minerals Processing Industries Report View
2009 Community Complaints and Grievance Mechanisms and The Australian Minerals Industry Report View
2009 A comparative analysis of voluntary codes of conduct in the Australian mineral and petroleum industries Report View
2009 Mining industry perspectives on handling community grievances: A summary Report View
2009 Community Relations Review: Global Summary Report 2009 Report View
2008 Community Grievance Mechanisms and Australia Mining Companies Offshore: An Industry Discussion Paper Report View

Book Chapters

ear Title CSRM Authors Pub Type View
2016 Transformations of Rural Society and Environments by Extraction of Mineral and Energy Resources Book Chapter View
2015 Mountain Movers: Mining, Sustainability and the Agents of Change Book Chapter View
2015 Operational intent and development impact in mining Book Chapter View
2015 Social Science and the Mining Sector: Contemporary Roles and Dilemmas for Engagement Book Chapter View
2014 'The Reality of Remedy in Mining and Community Relations: An Anonymous Case from Southeast Asia Book Chapter View
2014 Mining in Aboriginal Australia: Economic impacts, sustainable livelihoods and cultural difference at Century Mine, Northwest Queensland Book Chapter View
2013 Documenting and Reviewing QGC’s Indigenous Employment, Training and Business Development Initiatives Book Chapter View
2012 Chapter: Music and language in Duna pikono Book Chapter View
2011 Experiences of Indigenous women in the Australian mining industry Book Chapter View
2011 Co-management as a social license initiative Book Chapter View
2011 Indigenous Women in the Australian Mining Industry Book Chapter View
2011 Management of the Social Impacts of Mining Book Chapter View
2011 Breaking the tikol?: Code-switching, cassette culture and a Lihirian song form Book Chapter View
2011 Community Issues Book Chapter View
2008 Corporate engagement with indigenous women in the minerals industry: making space for theory Book Chapter View
2004 Emerging forms of Corporate and Industry Governance in the Australian Mining Industry Book Chapter View

Occasional Paper