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[OEMF2017] Off-Earth Mining under the Outer Space Treaty: Legal with Future Challenges
20-21 September 2017 http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2017 Ian B. Perry Solo Practitioner, State Bar of Texas, USA Off-Earth Mining under the Outer Space Treaty: Legal with Future Challenges Mining asteroids and planets other than the Earth is compatible with the Outer Space Treaty. The “use-but-no-territorial-ownership” regime created by the Outer Space Treaty is similar to that of the high seas in many respects (allowing for some differences such as with regard to liability). Countries are well within their rights and obligations under the Outer Space Treaty to pass legislation allowing ownership of extracted resources. Under international law and the four main space treaties, it does not matter whether the resources are extracted by a government entity, a private company, or a public-private partnership, national governments may authorize resource extraction activities by any of these types of entities. In the future, some problems may arise if space activities on asteroids, moons, and planets start to operate in a way which resembles activities on land rather than activities on the high seas. Current international space law is sufficient to al low for private profit, but may have difficulties dealing with disputes arising when many Off-Earth mining activities are conducted in close proximity, especially when permanent installations are constructed. Ian Perry is an attorney currently working in Houston Texas. He has completed a Master of Laws in Air and Space Law and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi. He was a member of the 2015 Manfred Lacks (space law) Moot Court World Champion team (that year’s problem, incidentally, involved asteroids). Mr. Perry is the author of a paper on space resources published in Astropolitics, and co-authored a paper presented at IAC 2016 on the same subject. This year he coached the winning team of the Africa round, which will be competing in Adelaide at IAC 2017.
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Do Climate Change 'Refugees' Exist? UNSW Law Professorial Lecture
Do Climate Change 'Refugees' Exist? - Professor Jane McAdam, 29 July 2011, 1-2pm We have heard the predictions that some 250 million people may be displaced by climate change by 2050, and that small Pacific island nations such as Tuvalu and Kiribati may disappear altogether. Are these dire predictions likely to come true, and if so, are existing legal and policy frameworks adequately equipped to assist people seeking protection from climate change? Drawing on fieldwork undertaken in small Pacific islands and in Bangladesh and India, this lecture will examine the nature of climate-related movement; whether expanding the protection offered by international refugee law and human rights law is feasible; and what other solutions might be appropriate.
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Mining lecture (part 1 of 4)
Level 4 Civil Engineering Unit 5 Focus on Mining Applications Section 1 of 4 for this unit
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OEMF2015 - Day 1- Thorbjørn Waal Lundsgaard - Corporate Social Responsibility Principles for Space
For more info on the 2nd Off Earth Mining Forum see http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2015 - CSR in Space: Corporate Social Responsibility Principles for the Space Industries Laws already exist which govern space, as do corporate social responsibility (CSR) guidelines for companies operating on Earth and a growing movement pushing for legal clarity inter alia concerning property rights in space. Until now, no effort has been made to analyse the mutual implications of these developments-and consequently to produce CSR guidelines based on them, for space. Terrestrial CSR has evolved to fill gaps in national legal and policy frameworks by formulating principles and guidance, sometimes based on soft law instruments. This function of remedying legal uncertainties makes CSR an ideal tool and approach for defining and addressing responsible corporate behavior in space. Thorbjørn Waal Lundsgaard has recently graduated from an LL.M. in International Law at Oxford Brookes University and an M.Sc. in Development Management at the University of Agder, Norway. He also holds an M.Phil. in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution from the Arctic University, Tromsø, Norway. Thorbjørn is a regular contributor to Globalnyt, Denmark's online development news site, and has appeared on DR2's Deadline, Denmark's principal current affairs programme, to discuss the potential development impact of space industries in Africa. He has published in the Journal of Business, Peace and Sustainable Development on the role of CSR in post-conflict environments and his article on CSR principles for space industries will be published by the Journal of Corporate Citizenship. He is Legal Adviser to Earth Advocates Association, a Danish NGO.
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[OEMF2017] Asteroid mining: concepts developments from terrestrial mining
20-21 September 2017 http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2017 Mark Sonter Director, Asteroid Enterprises Pty Ltd Asteroid mining: concepts developments from terrestrial mining In space mining, as on Earth, project concept development and planning are crucial for project success. We review the developing of these understandings in terrestrial mining over the last 30 years and apply them to the asteroid mining area. Mark Sonter’s career includes 2 years as a high school science teacher then 6 years as a University Physics lecturer in Papua New Guinea (1970 -1975), followed by studies in medical physics. This led to 40 years in uranium mining radiation and safety management, and more recently in radiation in rare earths mines. Mark was directly involved in planning and development in two major uranium projects, Olympic Dam (when with WMC) and Beverley (as a consultant), and continues to work as an independent consultant in the mining and metallurgical industries. In 1986, Mark set up Asteroid Enterprises, as a vehicle for his future interests. During 1995-97 Mark wrote a research thesis on the ‘Technical and Economic Feasibility of Mining the Near-Earth Asteroids’. In 2012 Mark was with others instrumental in setting up Deep Space Industries, in which he remains active . Mark has continued to develop and publish on concepts for asteroid resource recovery and has recently been lead author in a major internal Concepts Development Study, some of which lessons are discussed here.
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Business Buzz - UNSW Business School
Could you effectively network in 10 minutes? Business Buzz is an evening of speed mentoring between experienced UNSW Business School graduates and first year undergraduate students. Facilitated networking consisting of five 10 minute conversations, this is a night of fun and speedy career connections. We are seeking business graduates keen to get involved in Business Buzz in 2014, taking place on the evening of September 30. Applications are open soon – to express your interest in participating, email us at [email protected] Students: Applications to participate in Business Buzz as a student open in mid-August. Contact BSoc, your student society for more information.
Best Australian Universities to Study Geophysics
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OEMF2015 - Day 2 - Dr Jonathan Clarke - Mining Mars
For more info on the 2nd Off Earth Mining Forum see http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2015 - Mining Mars Mars offers many opportunities for using in situ resources to reduce the logistic overhead of human missions to the planet. Recent discoveries confirm that Mars has an abundance of water, a history of magmatism, basin development, fluid migration, regolith processes, and evolved granitoid crust that have resulted in observed localised enrichment in potential resources. Use of these potential resources would greatly facilitate Mars exploration and perhaps subsequent settlement. Identifying potential resources is therefore a priority for NASA landing site selection. Split-mission architectures may provide opportunities for commercially funded automated extraction and stockpiling of water, propellants, breathing gases, and perhaps regolith resources before the arrival of crew. Subsequent opportunities at permanent Mars research stations include fabrication of basic structures from regolith resources such as basalt and gypsum, and research into extraction of iron and magnesium. and use of hydrothermal silica and clays. Localised enrichment in base metals have been observed and potential exists for future discovery of sulphide mineralisation. These resources would not be for the development of export industries, but to support development of Mars-based infrastructure and settlement. Australian expertise in all the related fields of resource geology, exploration geophysics and geochemistry, remote area operations, mining, metallurgy, field robotics has an opportunity to make a significant contribution in the field of Mars resource utilisation at an early stage. Experience with the development of good legal frameworks for exploration, development, taxation, and environmental protection in Australia may also aid in shaping the current poorly defined legal framework for martian resources. --- Jon is an astrogeologist who completed his undergraduate and honours degree at the University of Tasmania and a PhD at Flinders University. He with a broad background in the resource, university and government sectors. Jon has spent 13 years in mineral exploration with Comalco, Seltrust, and WMC Resources with particular involvement in nickel, copper, gold, diamonds and zinc exploration in WA, SA, NT, QLD, The Philippines, and Chile. He has been associated with Melbourne and the Australian National Universities and with the Australian Centre for Astrobiology. Most recently Jon spent 11 years with Geoscience Australia working in groundwater, salinity management, and precompetitive mineral exploration . He is the current president and research director of Mars Society Australia (MSA), a non-profit approved research institute. Through MSA Jon has been researching Mars mission architecture, exploration strategies, geomorphology, analogues, and potential mineral resources, as well as education and outreach programs.
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[OEMF2017] Planetary Resources
20-21 September 2017 http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2017 Ben Baseley-Walker Senior Director for Global Engagement - EMEA Planetary Resources Planetary Resources The vision of Planetary Sciences is to expand the economy into space. Enabled by a stellar team, the plan to be the leading provider of resources to people and products in space. Ben Baseley-Walker is the Senior Director for Global Engagement for EMEA for Planetary Resources. With significant experience in international relations, international law, and strategic communications, Mr Baseley-Walker focuses on government affairs and policy development for space resource management. Previously, Mr. Baseley-Walker was the Programme Lead of the Emerging Security Threats Programme (EST) at the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR). Having established the programme in 2011, Mr. Baseley-Walker directed the work of the group, which encompassed outer space, cyberspace, environmental conflict, biological threats. Mr. Baseley-Walker was also the Advisor on Security Policy and International Law for the Secure World Foundation (SWF) in Washington DC working on space security issues and has worked in international relations and international law in East Africa. Mr Baseley-Walker studied International and European Law in the Netherlands and Politics in the UK. He is also a graduate of the International Space University Space Studies Programme in Beijing. He is currently an Associate Fellow of the Global Fellowship Initiative of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) with a focus on emerging security challenges.
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18. Parallel Working Tracks Reports
TVIW 2016, Chattanooga, TN, 2/28/16 - 3/1/16, Reports from Working Tracks: "Space Solar Power & Orbital Industry", Garretson & Kennedy; "Homo Stellaris", Hampson, Medlock, & Smith; "Life Systems Engineering for the Worldship", Cobbs & Lamontagne; "Space Mining: Primary Processing of Olivine-Based Asteroid Material", Hughes & Ernst.
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24. Managing Heritage Values in Lunar and Asteroid Mining- What Are the Issues - Alice Gorman
Off Earth Mining Forum http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf/ Dr Alice Gorman is the Team Leader of Archaeology with Australian Cultural Heritage Management Pty Ltd, an Adelaide-based heritage firm which specialises in managing Indigenous heritage for the mining sector. She is also a lecturer in the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University. She is an internationally recognised expert in the material culture and heritage of space exploration, having pioneered the concept of space as a cultural landscape, and the application of Australia's Burra Charter cultural significance criteria to space objects and places. Her research focuses on orbital debris, terrestrial launch sites and tracking stations.
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UWA Mining Games | Today Perth News
Lisa talks to Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion at the National Mining Games.
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TAFE SA becomes a Statutory Corporation
A message from Tom Kenyon, Minister for Employment, Higher Education and Skills, for TAFE SA staff about the recent appointment of a new Board of Directors. The State Government's Skills for All reform, the single greatest investment ever made in vocational education and training in South Australia, began in July 2012. Today, there are more opportunities than ever before for every South Australian looking for a job or to improve their skills to gain a promotion or change career. Skills for All has included greater flexibility for students to select the training provider of their choice. In addition, Certificate I and Certificate II courses, as well priority courses in areas such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths are fee free. Our vision is that TAFE SA will continue to be a leader in providing high quality vocational education and training in South Australia under the Skills for All reform. Under new legislation, TAFE SA will become a Statutory Corporation from 1 November 2012, meaning TAFE SA will be separated from the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST) This will enable TAFE SA to provide more choice for students, and be more responsive to industry demand. As TAFE SA is already widely recognised for quality training, employment outcomes and student satisfaction, it now has an opportunity to attract more funding and grow. With highly experienced and qualified lecturers who are dedicated to providing students with the support and expert guidance they need, TAFE SA is already at the forefront of developing the State's future workforce. It is our pleasure to announce the appointment of an independent Board of Directors who will govern TAFE SA on behalf of the State Government and regularly report on performance. The new TAFE SA Board of Directors will be made up of: • Mr Rob Chapman -- Mr Chapman was formerly Chief Executive Officer of the St George Group and has extensive experience as Chairman of several high profile Boards including the BankSA Advisory Board and the Kelly & Co Business Advisory Panel. Mr Chapman is also a current Member of the Economic Development Board. • Ms Joanne Denley -- Ms Denley is currently the Director of Human Resources and Risk Management at Bridgestone Australia Ltd. • Ms Miriam Silva -- Most recently Ms Silva was General Manager of Commercial Operations at Elders Ltd in Adelaide, with previous positions including Chief Operating Officer (Pacific) for the ANZ Banking Group Ltd. Ms Silva is also currently the Deputy Chair of the Training and Skills Commission, Chair of the Training Regulation Reference Group and Member of the Premier's Council for Women. • Ms Noelene Buddle -- Ms Buddle is a private consultant and sits on a number of Boards including WorkCover Corporation and the South Australian Museum. • Mr John Branson AM -- Mr Branson is currently the Chairman of Directors at Stuart Petroleum Limited and is a Director of AED Oil Limited, Bank of South Australia Advisory Board and Hytorc (South Pacific) Oil. • Mr Adrian Marron -- Mr Marron is currently Chief Executive Officer of the Canberra Institute of Technology and has over 15 years' experience in the Tertiary Education sector. • Ms Annette Hurley -- Ms Hurley was most recently a Senator for South Australia from 2004 until 2007. She has vast experience in public affairs and government relations, having been a former Leader of the Opposition in South Australia, Director of Hawker Britton Pty Ltd, and former Chair of the Senate Economics Committee from 2007-2011. And finally: • Mr Peter Vaughan who will be the inaugural Chairperson. • Mr Vaughan has extensive experience across a broad range of occupations which include teacher, union official, industrial arbitrator, industry spokesperson and senior private sector manager, most recently as Chief Executive Officer of Business SA. With these changes, TAFE SA will be well placed to perform in a system that is simpler to access and navigate, and one which supports more people to enter training, and progress to higher qualifications and employment. We am confident TAFE SA will experience growth, and will have the opportunity to increase its student numbers under Skills for All. If you have any queries or questions about the changes to TAFE SA, we urge you to contact the Skills for All info line on 1800 506 266.
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Make your work Open Access at UNSW
UNSW academics discuss the benefits of Open Access. Making research openly available facilitates the global exchange of knowledge, leads to greater readership and impact, and increases the exposure of research excellence. Open Access guide: https://goo.gl/1uFnR3 Prof Raina MacIntyre, Public Health and Community Medicine Assoc Prof Oya Demirbilek, Industrial Design Dr Raphael Aregu, Gulu University, Uganda Prof Nicholas Fisk, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research Subscribe to AboutUNSW if you are a current or prospective student https://www.youtube.com/user/UNSWCommunity About UNSW is the place to explore what's on offer at UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales), a powerhouse of cutting-edge research and teaching in the Asia-Pacific based in Sydney. For more information: www.unsw.edu.au https://www.facebook.com/unsw Twitter @unsw
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Sydney Ideas: Coal Seam Gas, Coal Mining, and Environmental Justice in NSW
Jeff Smith discusses democracy, the rule of law and EDO NSW not just a lofty concept.
Free Post-its Won't Save You: Beyond Corporate Careers
A video summary of our Careers forum, that was held on July 11th, during the ALSA Clayton Utz Conference 2011. Description: Find out where your law degree can take you. This is your opportunity to hear from inspirational law graduates who have pursued legal careers outside the corporate sector. There will be an opportunity for questions from the audience. The Panel: Leonard Blazeby, Legal Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross Ruth Chalmers, Criminal Defence Lawyer, Aboriginal Legal Service Professor Julian Disney, UNSW Professor, and Chair, Australian Press Council Louisa Fitz-Gerald, Professional National Manager, Pro Bono Programs, NSW Cancer Council Alexander Ward, President, Law Council of Australia Moderator: Judith Levitan, Project Manager, NSW Legal Assistance Forum
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Sydney Ideas: Coal Seam Gas, Coal Mining, and Environmental Justice in NSW
Drew Hutton, Lock the Gate Alliance discusses "Using democratic, extra-legal strategies for achieving social and environmental justice.
[OEMF2017] The Hague Space Resources Working Group
20-21 September 2017 http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2017 Michael Simpson Executive Director of Secure World Foundation  Vice-Chair of the Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group The Hague Space Resources Working Group Formed following a conference in December 2014, the Hague Space Resources Working Group assembled an international group of space scholars, practitioners, and policy experts to discuss ideas that could help advance a peaceful and profitable development of off earth resources. Without any claim of official status, the group nonetheless benefitted from the presence of representatives from governments and international organizations as both participants and observers. This presentation will cover some of the ideas the group has discussed and provide insight to the pathway ahead for policy making related to off earth mining. Dr. Michael K. Simpson is Executive Director of the Secure World Foundation and former President of the International Space University. He has also been He currently holds an appointment as Professor of Space Policy and International Law at ISU. He completed his Ph.D. at Tufts University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and holds a Master of Business Administration from Syracuse University; He has also completed two one-year courses in Europe: the French advanced defense institute (Institut des Hautes Études de Défense Nationale) and the General Course of the London School of Economics. He is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics, a member of the International Institute of Space Law and a Senior Fellow of the International Institute of Space Commerce. His practical experience includes service as an observer representative to the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, the Board of Directors of the World Space Week Association, and the Board of Governors of the National Space Society in the United States. He also serves as Vice Chair of The Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group.
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22. Project Concepts for Near-Term Commercial Asteroid Mining - Mark Sonter
Off Earth Mining Forum http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf/ Mark Sonter was a visiting scholar at University of Arizona Lunar & Planetary Laboratory in 1995, and wrote a research thesis on 'The Technical and Economic Feasibility of Mining the Near-Earth Asteroids'. His asteroid mining interests were re-energized a little less than 2 years ago with the formation of the Asteroid Mining Group, to look into the possibility for return to high earth orbit of very small asteroids. AMG's findings were serendipitously validated by the Keck Institute for Space Science Asteroid Retrieval Mission Study published in February last year. Following further business and concept development work, Deep Space Industries Inc was incorporated, and made its public debut on 22nd January 2013. Mark is a founder and the senior mining and metallurgy advisor to DSI.
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23. Fundamentals of Space Security - Roy Sach
Off Earth Mining Forum http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf/ Roy Sach spent 22 years in the RAAF followed by 20 more as a Department of Defence civilian. He has worked in Russia, France, Britain, Israel, Canada and the US, among other locations. While in the US he served a term as a senior analyst in the Executive Office of the President of the United States (Pres. Clinton) and completed a Senior Executive Fellowship at Harvard University. Roy has undertaken a variety of assignments associated with both commercial and military aspects of satellites, the sensors they carry and their associated ground stations. His final Australian Defence assignment was as Director, Defence Space. He is currently developing his PhD thesis at UNSW (Faculty of Science) where he is investigating aspects of security in the space environment.
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Ocean Resources: New Opportunties, New Threats
California & The Future of Environmental Law & Policy Ocean Resources: New Opportunties, New Threats (co-sponsored by UC Berkeley's Law of the Sea Institute) Drew Bohan, Executive Officer, California Ocean Protection Council, Sacramento, CA Kathryn Mengerink, Director, Ocean Program, Environmental Law Institute, La Jolla, CA Joel Reynolds, Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council, Los Angeles, CA Harry Scheiber, Stefan A. Riesenfeld Professor of Law and History; Director, Institute for Legal Research; Director, Sho Sato Program in Japanese and U.S. Law; Co-director, Law of the Sea Institute, University of California Berkeley http://ccelp.berkeley.edu
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Lecture 0: Introduction - Computing 1 - Richard Buckland UNSW
Welcome to the online open course Computing 1! Enrol at www.openlearning.com
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Brainfood Lecture - Prof Chris Turney: In the footsteps of Mawson
Please watch: "UNSWTV: Entertaining your curiosity" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ7UO8nxiL0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Professor Chris Turney, Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellow in Climate Change at UNSW, presents this Brainfood lecture on his findings from previous Antarctic expeditions, and announces details of a new expedition to mark the centenary of Sir Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition of 1913. Mawson footage courtesy National Film and Sound Archive. More info: http://www.spiritofmawson.com http://www.christurney.com/Welcome.html http://newsroom.unsw.edu.au/news/scie... UNSW Climate Change Research Centre: http://www.ccrc.unsw.edu.au/index.html
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Introduction to the International Business Minor
Dr. Darren Prokop introduces the CBPP International Business Minor showing UAA students all the opportunities that await them by adding this 18-credit minor to their degree studies. Alaska is an important U.S.-Asia international business gateway and this video only scratches the surface of this rich area of study, career development, and scholarship.
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OEMF2015 - Day 2 - PANEL: Kickstarting the Off Earth Mining Business
For more info on the 2nd Off Earth Mining Forum see http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2015 Panel Members: Brian Muirhead, NASA JPL Kirby Ikin, Deep Space Industries Tim Parsons, Delta-V Alice Gorman, Flinders University Andrew Barton, XPRIZE Foundation
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#3 - L) Mining Engineer
MINING ENGINEERS plan and direct the engineering aspects of locating and extracting minerals, petroleum and natural gas from the earth. Indicative Skill Level: In Australia and New Zealand: Most occupations in this unit group have a level of skill commensurate with a bachelor degree or higher qualification. In some instances relevant experience and/or on-the-job training may be required in addition to the formal qualification (ANZSCO Skill Level 1). Registration or licensing may be required. Tasks Include: • conducting preliminary surveys of mineral, petroleum and natural gas deposits with prospectors, Geologists, Geophysicists, other mineral scientists and other engineers to determine the resources present, the feasibility of extracting the reserves, and the design and development of the extraction process • preparing operation and project cost estimates and production schedules, and reporting progress, production and costs compared to budget • determining the most suitable methods of ore extraction taking account of such factors as depth of overburden, and attitude and physical characteristics of deposits and surrounding strata • preparing plans for tunnels and chambers, location and construction of mine shafts, layout of mine development and the application of appropriate mining techniques, often using computer modelling • assessing the natural, technical, financial and safety risks associated with the phases of the project development, construction and operations • determining the safety of processes, order of extraction and safety of mine walls, evaluating the risk of slippage and advising on the prevention of slippage and rock falls • planning and coordinating the utilisation of labour and equipment consistent with efficiency targets, statutes, safety guidelines and environmental conditions • planning and conducting research and providing advice on engineering operations for the exploration, location and extraction of petroleum and natural gas • determining location for drilling • deciding on types of derrick and equipment including seabed platforms • devising methods of controlling the flow of oil and gas from wells Occupations: Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum) Plans and directs the engineering aspects of locating and extracting minerals from the earth. Registration or licensing may be required. Specialisation: Process Engineer (Mining) Jose Respall can be contacted at http://www.respall.com/index.php/contact-us. Initial assessing Links: Homepage: http://www.respall.com/ SkillSelect Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/skillselect-visa Partner Visa Inquiry: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/partner-visa Tourist Visa Australia Pathway: http://www.respall.com/index.php/application/tourist-visa Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/respall/?pnref=lhc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/respallmigrationaustralia?trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile Credentials: Migration Agent Registration: https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-register-of-migration-agents/registered-migration-agent-details/?id=b065b1cf-a652-e311-9402-005056ab0eca Code of Conduct: http://respall.com/downloads/code_of_conduct.pdf Consumer Protection: http://respall.com/downloads/consumer_guide_english.pdf Avoid the Migration Minefield Safely Migration to Australia from the Philippines: http://respall.com/index.php/the-book Resume Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YV1NUSnkt8g Migration Law for Migration Agents: http://www.deakin.edu.au/ Vision and Mission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lA23iAGeTV8 Justices of the Peace Queensland: http://www.qld.gov.au/law/legal-mediation-and-justice-of-the-peace/justice-of-the-peace/ Justices of the Peace New South Wales: http://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/ Client Testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/skillselect-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/partner-testimonials http://www.respall.com/index.php/testimonials/tourist-testimonials
"Are We At Capitulation Yet?" - PDAC 2016 Mining Snaps
During PDAC 2016, we had the opportunity to interview Michael Kosowan, Investment Executive at Sprott Global. Originally from Canada, Michael holds a Masters Degree in Mining Engineering and is a licensed professional engineer. He is also a registered representative, having completed the Series 7, Series 24, and Series 63 in the USA and the Canadian Securities Commission course. Michael also holds a diploma in Regulatory Law. His background provides a firm foundation for assessing mine productivity and mineral discovery. Prior to working for Global Resources, Michael was a Project Engineer at Placer Dome (now Barrick Gold) and the Exploration Manager for Atapa Minerals in Indonesia. He also worked with Inmet Mining and Falconbridge Ltd (now Xstrata). He is proud that his thesis on underground block cave mining was so successful that it was commissioned by INCO Ltd, a major nickel mining company, and is still used today as a tool in mine development in the industry worldwide. At Global Resources, Michael focuses on evaluating how resource companies are developing their projects. He travels extensively to appraise sites in South America, Asia, Africa and North America, paying keen attention to management, their economic plans and the geo-political environment in which they operate. For those projects with which he becomes involved, Michael continues to follow up with their progress and development on-site. Bio: http://www.sprottwealth.com/team/michael-kosowan/ http://sprottglobal.com/our-team/michael-kosowan/
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CQU Environmental Law Series by John Milburn: Bates Ch 5 (8/9 ed) Commonwealth Environmental Law
CQU Environmental Law Series by John Milburn: Bates Ch 5 (8/9 ed) Commonwealth Environmental Law. CQU Environmental Law John Milburn summarises chapter 5 of Environmental Law in Australia by Gerry Bates. Federal governance and environment protection. This presentation is part of a course on Environmental Law presented by John Milburn, CQUniversity, Australia, www.cqu.edu.au/law. The full course may be viewed on iTunes U at the CQUniversity site. Visit CQU law on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/pages/CQU–Law.
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Future Money Trends: An Up and Coming Mining Entrepreneur
Future Money Trends: An Up and Coming Mining Entrepreneur
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S.African female miners break ground for their gender
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe Deep underground, in South Africa's platinum belt, an increasing number women are working as miners, transforming the industry's traditionally macho culture. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
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Executive Master’s in Taxation
The Master’s Programme Tax Policy and Tax Administration is a multidisciplinary degree programme which combines relevant knowledge on the topics of international tax policy and tax administration with governance and leadership from the different fields of economics, law and administrative science. It is at the core of the Executive Master’s in Taxation Programme (www.emtaxation.org) and is fostering the capacity of African tax officials to strengthen their qualifications and to enable them to further mobilize domestic resources. The programme takes into account both strategic and operational aspects, using a primarily project-based and applied approach. Study phases at two renowned universities – the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg – international guest lecturers, as well as extra-curricular activities and network opportunities will maximize students’ learning opportunities.
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OEMF2015 - Day 2 - Student Session - Will Crowe - Opportunistic flyby characterisation of asteroids
For more info on the 2nd Off Earth Mining Forum see http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2015 - Opportunistic flyby characterisation of Earth passing asteroids Many asteroids fly through the Earth-Moon system each year. These asteroids are most likely to be discovered only a few weeks before they fly past. The recent development of small spacecraft, especially cubesats, shows promise in their use for space missions. Without leaving Earth orbit, opportunistic near-intercepts of asteroids, using small spacecraft, could provide improved and more regular characterisation of the asteroid population than observations from Earth-based facilities. A mission is proposed where a mothership releases several cubesat-sized spacecraft to intercept asteroids as they fly closely past the Earth. This research investigates the technology that is in development and already available that could be used for these missions, as well as design considerations for the missions themselves. It is found that missions like this could be used to characterize all closely flying asteroids with iterative improvements in cubesat technology, allowing for statistical inference of other asteroids in the Solar System. --- William is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. He is investigating using swarms of small spacecraft for the characterisation of asteroids, an important first step for asteroid mining. William has also been investigating the opportunistic characterisation of asteroids that fly close to the Earth. For this work, he won the Space Generation Congress “Move an Asteroid” competition 2015 and was sponsored to join the 2015 International Astronautical Congress. William’s main interests lie in cost-effective and rapid space missions with a focus on a future sustainable space presence.
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A career in the materials industry - David Arthur, IOM3 and Dr Sue Impey, Cranfield University
A career in the materials industry - David Arthur of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) discusses his career path and choices with Dr Sue Impey of Cranfield University. Learn more out Cranfield's Materials postgraduate programmes: http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/sas/materials
"Changing Times. Changing Mines." 2010 Faculty Senate Distinguished Lecture
Dr. Annette Bunge, professor emeritus at Colorado School of Mines, delivers the 2010 Faculty Senate Distinguished Lecture. Bunge is the first female to attain the title of Professor at Colorado School of Mines.
PERUMIN 31: Mining Engineering: Establishing and sustaining education and research excellence
BLOQUE: EDUCACIÓN Y RECURSOS HUMANOS Conferencia Magistral "Mining Engineering: Establishing and sustaining education and research excellence" Peter Down Executive Director - Mining Education Australia University of Adelaide Martes, 17 de setiembre de 2013 Visita www.convencionminera.com para conocer más novedades de PERUMIN - Convención Minera, el evento minero más importante del mundo.
Anticipating your next battle in business and beyond MOOC – Teaser
Discover the MOOC "Anticipating Your Next Battle, in Business and Beyond" by Jeremy Ghez, available on Coursera. https://www.coursera.org/learn/anticipate/ In this MOOC, you will learn how to better anticipate the future, and reinvent yourself and your activity accordingly. If you are an entrepreneur, this course will help you identify the new ideas, the new business model and/or the new products that will help you remain relevant in the future. If you are a manager or an executive, by taking this course, you will be able to test whether your current approach and allocation of resources are appropriate given tomorrow's possible challenges. More generally, all kinds of decision-makers who look to think more strategically about their position and seek to improve it will find this course useful to think about the future constructively. So do not hesitate to learn more by going to the course page on Coursera
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Robinson Sewell Partners - Specialists in Corporate and Commercial Business Finance
Robinson Sewell Partners specialise in agricultural, commercial and corporate finance, and provide tier one finance-based solutions to ensure their clients have the most cost efficient and flexible financial trading platform to their business. With 35 years of experience in rural business, international and investment banking, Robinson Sewell Partners offers a comprehensive knowledge of commercial bank loans, rural loans and corporate finance. Our extensive relationships with top tier banks and major providers of debt and equity ensure our engagement captures the financial and human resources required to provide a successful financial outcome. Robinson Sewell Partners has comprehensive lending experience in agribusiness, commercial property, small to medium enterprises, mining services, resources, logistics, supply chain, aviation and shipping. We have the finance industry experience to help you make the best decisions about borrowing and credit profiling; obtaining capital; and are aligned with other accredited professionals to assist with your wealth and risk management needs. Robinson Sewell Partners take personal ownership throughout the entire project -- from inception to settlement. We will provide and generate a full client credit analysis -- assess your financial requirements, tender the business to a strategic panel of banks and negotiate, restructure and / or refinance your entire financial package.
How will people live on Mars? | 2017 National Science Week at Sydney Opera House
NASA is in the early stages of preparing to send the first astronauts to the red planet. The 2020 Rover mission will be searching for signs of habitable conditions on Mars, as well as past microbial life. Is this the first step to humanity spreading out into the galaxy? Is there already simple life on the red planet? Do we have galactic neighbours? Physicist Professor Paul Davies from Arizona State University, geologist Dr Abigail Allwood of NASA, Dr Mitch Schulte of Mars 2020 Rover mission and UNSW’s Professor Martin van Kranendonk tackle these questions and more as they discuss life on Mars. http://sydneyoperahouse.com/ideas __ SUBSCRIBE to Sydney Opera House Talks and Ideas: http://bit.ly/SOHIdeasYT Get a new talk every week with the Ideas at the House podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/ideas-at-the-house/id640445035?mt=2 Dive deeper with with some of the world's leading thinkers and culture creators on It's A Long Story: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/its-a-long-story/id1174737972?mt=2 Like Sydney Opera House on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sydneyoperahouse Follow Sydney Opera House on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SydOperaHouse
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Trailer of the Massive Open Online Course "Workers' Rights in the Global Economy"
The new course starts on 3 March 2016: “Workers’ Rights in the Global Economy” To enrol in the course please go to: https://iversity.org/en/courses/workers-rights-in-a-global-economy-march-2016 What are global workers’ rights? Which institutions and instruments can be used to realize them, including in global supply chains? Join this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) of the Global Labour University to explore these questions from an interdisciplinary and multi-level perspective. Based on a careful mix of video lectures, readings, interactive quiz questions, online resources and interviews with activists and labour scholars from around the world, participants will gain both knowledge and practical skills for furthering workers’ rights worldwide. The MOOC is designed as an interactive platform allowing both peer-to-peer learning and interaction with labour experts from around the world. When? The course starts on 3 March 2016 and runs over 8 weeks (plus one week study time and final exam for certificate students) Where? Worldwide, only an internet connection is required Who can do it? Trade Unionists and everybody interested in promoting workers’ rights What does it cost? Participation in the Audit track is free with full access to all course material and to the course community. To get a certified training you can choose the Certificate Track: for 49 Euros it allows you to earn certificate and a certificate supplement recognized by the Global Labour University and Penn State University after passing an online-proctored exam on the course content. Course contents Chapter 1: The concept of Global Workers’ Rights Chapter 2: Introduction to International Labour Standards Chapter 3: Supervision of International Labour Standards Mid-term assignment Chapter 4: Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining Chapter 5: Access to rights for workers in informal and precarious employment Chapter 6: Company responsibility to respect ILS: Norms, Standards, Principles Chapter 7: Trade union strategies in global supply chains One week study time Final exam: Multiple Choice Test (only for certificate students) You can also visit our MOOC facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/1427781064208568/ to stay updated on our current and upcoming MOOCs and to network with other course participants.
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Industry Watch: Lawrence Roulston says 'Chinese economy better than pundits claim'
Click Here for Our FREE newsletter: http://bit.ly/ekmnewsletter Al Korelin sits down with Lawrence Roulston of Resource Opportunities and discusses the impact China is having on the global market as well as the prices of precious metals, and the questionable reports that exist regarding the 'slow down' of the chinese economy. Entering its 15th year, Resource Opportunities is a subscriber supported publication dedicated to providing objective commentary on the resource industry. Renowned mining industry expert Lawrence Roulston brings you a wealth of mining investment insights in his mining investment newsletter, Resource Opportunities. In fact, from 2008-2011, his average mining stock gains exceeded 560%. To learn more visit: http://www.resourceopportunities.com http://www.kereport.com http://evenkeelmedia.com
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Middletons & Perth 2011
Australian commercial law firm Middletons is the exclusive provider of legal services and a gold level sponsor to the Perth 2011 ISAF Sailing World Championships.
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Rohstoff-Boom vorbei - Minenriese BHP Billiton kämpft - corporate
Preiszusammenbrüche bei allen wichtigen Produkten meldet der australische Rohstoffriese und Minen-Marktführer BHP Billiton. Im ersten Geschäftshalbjahr bis Ende Dezember brach der bereinigte Gewinn um mehr als 30 Prozent auf 4,78 Milliarden Euro ein. Branchenexperten hatten mit noch mehr Einbußen gerechnet. Die Gründe: Krisen, schwache Konjunktur - aber auch Recycling. So stehe etwa in China immer mehr Stahlschrott zur Verfügung, und dies belaste langfristig die Nachfrage nach Eisenerz. Und a… LESEN SIE MEHR: http://de.euronews.com/2015/02/24/rohstoff-boom-vorbei-minenriese-bhp-billiton-kaempft euronews: der meistgesehene Nachrichtensender in Europa. Abonnieren Sie! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsde euronews gibt es in 14 Sprachen: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels Auf Deutsch: Internet : http://de.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsde Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/113171012041187764998/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208
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10. Wafer Silicon-Based Solar Cells, Part I
MIT 2.627 Fundamentals of Photovoltaics, Fall 2011 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/2-627F11 Instructor: Tonio Buonassisi This lecture begins with the question, "why silicon?," followed by an overview of current manufacturing methods and market shares, feedstock refining, and wafer fabrication. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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University of New South Wales
The University of New South Wales is an Australian public research university located in the suburb of Kensington in Sydney. The university was established in 1949 by the New South Wales government. The main campus is located on a 38-hectare site in the Sydney suburb of Kensington, seven kilometres from the centre of Sydney. The creative arts faculty, UNSW Art & Design, is located in Paddington, UNSW Canberra is located at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra, and sub-campuses are located in the Sydney CBD, the suburbs of Randwick and Coogee, research stations are located throughout the state of New South Wales. UNSW is a founding member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of Australian research-intensive universities, and of Universitas 21, a leading global network of research universities. It has international exchange and research partnerships with over 200 universities around the world. It was ranked among the top 50 universities in the world, according to the 2015 QS World University Rankings, and among the top 4 in Australia. UNSW graduates hold more chief executive positions of ASX 200 listed companies than those of any other university in Australia. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Presentation to Community Pharmacists at University of Sydney, 30 May 2015
Craig Cooper, CEO of Positive Life NSW talks to community pharmacists at University of Sydney on Saturday 30 May to explain the changes, concerns and needs of people living with HIV about Access to HIV Medicines in NSW at local chemists.
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