Australia is a land rich in natural resources but the relationship between mining companies, government and traditional landowners has not always been easy.
More than 20% of our country is in the hands of First Nations People who seek a balance between mining activity and what’s best for local communities.
There are opportunities to grasp, challenges to overcome, and important lessons to learn – including from the destruction of Juukan Gorge.
Western Australia is a powerhouse of mining in this country and the NAPC has a rare opportunity for you to hear from those right at the heart of the issue in that state.
The Hon Bill Johnston | Minister for Mines and Energy in WA
Allan James | Head of Indigenous Engagement at BHP
Jamie Lowe | CEO of National Native Title Council