Intelligent mines increase productivity and reframe the way we mine. ‘Smart mining’ means a more efficient, cost effective and improved industry.
You’ve probably heard the phrase ‘reuse, recycle and repurpose’ – but going digital in recycling could actually reduce our environmental footprint.
Data is everywhere, and companies are becoming increasingly reliable on it. Yet many cannot actually confirm its trustworthiness.
The circular economy does not have to be a threat to mining. Recycling and reusing can, in fact, complement the mining industry.
The problem with gold forgery goes further than you might think. ‘Dirty gold’ is overtaking the market, mined by child labourers and inherently unethical.
Precious metals streaming is a small, but extremely prosperous, sector in mining. Blockchain technology could change the way it handles data.
Our spending affects how businesses act. But could it actually make major corporations reverse environmental damage done by gold mining?
Modern slavery is prevalent in the minerals sourcing sector, and currently it is difficult for corporations to identify poor practice in their suppliers.
As demand for metals grows, the Earth’s resources become gradually more depleted. Mining the moon could solve the problem of our finite resources.