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Barrick-Randgold: the mega-merger

The $18bn merger was one of the biggest moments in mining

Crushing comminution

A new challenge encourages Canadians to develop new, clean technologies for crushing mined rock

Giving miners a voice

New research shows that disempowered workers face increased safety risks in mining

Alternative financing options for junior miners

We explore some of the emerging and unconventional funding sources being adopted by junior mining companies

Copper, fjords, reindeer and controversy: inside Norway’s new arctic mine

We take a look at Nussir’s new copper mine and the controversy that surrounds it

When funding fuels fire: the ins and outs of responsible financing

Should international organisations pay closer heed to the projects they fund?

Are mining lobbies fit for purpose in the modern world?

How pressure groups can adapt to help reduce their environmental footprint

Should we be protecting the ‘space wilderness’ from mining?

A potential model for sustainable space mining to protect the ‘space wilderness'

The complexities of military involvement in mining

A look at whether military involvement in the DRC and Peru is effective

Will the new Rare Earth Industry Association reshape the industry?

We spoke to Gwendolyn Bailey, project associate at the Rare Earth Industry Association

Debate: should tech giants take on mining?

As Tesla considers a move into mining, we discuss whether major tech companies should get more involved with their supply chains