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UBC researcher wins top award for study that examines mining waste
Monday, July 21, 2014
It has been a long road for UBC researcher Craig Nichol to help devise a green solution to mitigate landscape contamination from mine tailings. A joint research paper on the subject, which for various reasons took more than a decade to complete, has won top national honours. read more »
GE and Suncor Energy announce new investments toward improving environmental performance in Alberta's oil sands
Tuesday, July 08, 2014
GE and Suncor Energy announced today the signing of two agreements which provide the opportunity for an investment of up to approximately $18 million. These agreements, involving other members from Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA), are expected to enable the development of new technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water usage in the oil sands. read more »
Centerra digesting law prohibiting activities which affect glaciers
Friday, April 25, 2014
Centerra Gold says it is still unclear how a law prohibiting activities which affect glaciers will affect its operations. read more »
Genomic tools offer vision of a cleaner mining industry
Friday, April 25, 2014
Bacteria may be small, but they do heavy lifting in remediation and extraction. A few key microbes are on the verge of becoming key players in B.C.’s mining industry. read more »
BHP wants to build world’s largest underground coal mine
Wednesday, April 08, 2014
BHP Billiton (ASX:BHP), the world's largest diversified resources company, is getting its ducks in a row to build Caroona, a thermal coal mine that could become the world’s biggest underground operation of its kind, The Australian reports. read more »

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