International Mining and Resources Conference 2020

26 Nov '20 - 27 Nov '20

For the fourth year, ShineWing Australia is proud to be part of the conversation at the IMARC in 2020, taking the lead on sustainable and equitable futures by sponsoring the Renewables and Future Energy sessions.

Following our recent Energy:Future event, which saw senior industry leaders and technology experts come together to discuss Australia’s future energy landscape, IMARC kicks off this year with an international cast and audience via virtual conference.

Connect with our experts at IMARC

The Renewables and Future Energy sessions run over Thursday 26 November and Friday 27 November, and cover a range of important and topical discussions – from hydrogen to decarbonisation, mining’s transition to renewable energy, capital raising and climate risk.

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REACH OUT This link connects you to our company and people once you’re logged in to the IMARC event page.

We have a  full team attending IMARC this year, but you can contact us anytime here. Our team accessible via IMARC Connect are:

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IMARC and the SDGs

In 2019, we took the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to IMARC attendees, asking them at our stand and via a live poll throughout the conference: which 3 of the 17 SDGs are a priority for your organisation and industry. The results were an interesting mix – see below. 

Globally, the rollercoaster of 2020 has seen extreme fire seasons and climate disasters, COVID-19, economic disruptions and industry failures, lockdowns, changes in the way we work and many nations announce Net Zero emissions commitments. So this year we ask, has 2020 changed your priorities? We would love to add your voice, the survey should take no more than 2 minutes of your time.

Click here to take our 2 min poll

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