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AS METALLIC MINING ENTERS ALL NEW ERA OF UN MAPPED DIMENSIONS AND OUTCOMES FATE OF SOME 30% OF ALL “ACTIVE” MINES NEVER VIABLE OR PRESENTLY NOT VIABLE ACCRUING PORTFOLIO OF PUBLIC RISK HANGS UNEXAMINED AND UNADDRESSED

In the shadow of the “supercycle”,[1] and propelled by its dysfunctional economic dynamics, risk and public liability from mine tailings storage facility (TSF) failures have reached all-time highs. The annual failure rate for significant TSF events has escalated from a 50-year … Continue reading

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