The relationship between mining companies and indigenous groups is often depicted as adversarial, with the two sides eager to exploit or protect land across Australia, respectively. But is a more conciliatory tone possible? And is the future of Australian mining likely to depend on cooperation and compromise between these groups, rather than continued hostility?
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