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With the election of a more climate-focused administration in the US and the EU homing in on the mining industry to reduce its carbon emissions, the SA government and mining industry must work together to effect the transition to a lower carbon future.

Mining is one of the most energy intensive industries in the world, responsible for up to 7% of global greenhouse gas emissions, making it a target for global policymakers focused on regulating companies’ carbon neutrality and environmental, social & governance (ESG) performance...

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