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Enduring Community Value from Mining
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Principal Research Leader
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Regional Economies – ECVM
ECVM Project Outputs
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Sub Projects – All connected through ECVM*
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Mapping and Tracking Mining
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Online Atlas Development*
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On 26 May 2016, Dr Boyd Blackwell presented to the CSIRO, CRC-REP & South Australian Department of State Development Social Acceptance and Mineral Development Workshop on the topic 'Enduring Community Value from Mining (ECVM): Tracking and mapping mine expenditure'.

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Enduring Community Value from Mining (ECVM): Tracking and mapping mine expenditure

  1. 1. 6/8/2016 1 Enduring Community Value from Mining (ECVM): Tracking & Mapping Mine Expenditure Principal Research Leader Dr Boyd Blackwell UNE Business School, Armidale NSW Acknowledgement (Presentation to: Social Acceptance and Mineral Development Workshop, Flinders University, Victoria Square, Adelaide, 26 May 2016)
  2. 2. 6/8/2016 2 3 3 Regional Economies – ECVM ECVM Project Outputs • Key Commonwealth Milestone: • E… C… V… M… • 25 months remaining – ends 30 June 2017 4 Output 2.2: • Data will be produced on the size and flows of costs and benefits generated by mining operations. • Spatial and economic predictive models of a mine's impacts will be used. • Case studies and scenario planning tools will be developed for communities to manage risks. • An input-output model of remote Australia will be produced.
  3. 3. 6/8/2016 3 Sub Projects – All connected through ECVM* • Most of us have or do cover labour and labour mobility issues • Much has already been produced e.g. http://crc-rep.com/research/regional-economies/enduring-community-valu e-mining/project-outputs 5 Member (Uni) Position Project/s % complete End date Dr Boyd Blackwell (UNE) PRL Mine expenditure Mine employment Toolkit I-O Model S&I 70% (25 months remaining)* Jun 2017 Anne Fordham (UniSA) PhD CSR 60%* Dec 2016 Stuart Robertson (UNE) PhD Mine Lifecycle Planning Complete* Submitted Kate Rampellini (Curtin) PhD Spatial analysis & ABM 30%* > Jun 2017 Paulina Sepúlveda Bravo PhD Economic ABM 75%* Dec 2016 Supporting Impact • ECVM Toolkit* • To help bring industry, government, and communities together in negotiating planning and management of the mine and community • Will link research outputs at rear, middle main modules, aide memoire – check list • Get parties negotiating and planning early • Tools • Employment impact model • Input-Output model of remote Australia • Etc. • Examples: Senate Inquiry FIFO, Leigh Creek Transitional Policy, Jabiru authority expiration, Pilbara – multitude of opportunities 6
  4. 4. 6/8/2016 4 Member (Uni) Posit ion Project/s Audience Research outputs* Dr Boyd Blackwell (UNE) PRL Mine expenditure Mine employment Toolkit I-O Model S&I Online Atlas ALL ALL Communities Ninti One Ltd ALL ALL Model* Model* Guide, web Model* Various* Mapping & Analytical Tool Anne Fordham (UniSA) PhD CSR ALL but Industry New CSR Framework*t Stuart Robertson (UNE) PhD Mine Lifecycle Planning Communities, government, companies Dependency testing method*t Kate Rampellini (Curtin) PhD Spatial analysis & ABM Government, Industry Integrative Model*t Paulina Sepúlveda Bravo PhD Economic ABM Government, industry Impact Model*t • Notes: * = in addition there are articles, papers, lectures / presentations, conferences, etc. • t = PhD theses will be available as well; ALL includes communities, government, companies, Ninti One Ltd Sub Projects – Audience Table, Summary* 7 Social Acceptance and Mineral Development • How is ECVM delivered? Land, Labour and Capital • ECVM projects provide tools that can deliver an evidence base for whether ECVM is being delivered • ECVM critical to obtaining social acceptance • Early information to communities: trust, social acceptance • Governments and Companies make decisions, communities can only influence them • Ethically, without social acceptance, difficult for mining to proceed in good faith 8
  5. 5. 6/8/2016 5 Mapping and Tracking Mining Project: Recent Findings Employment concentration and vulnerability - SA 10
  6. 6. 6/8/2016 6 Employment income concentration and vulnerability – NT* 11 Employment concentration and vulnerability - WA 12
  7. 7. 6/8/2016 7 13 14
  8. 8. 6/8/2016 8 Leigh Creek, employment impact model mine closure 15 Roxby Downs, employment impact model mine closure* 16 0 -1,012 -73 -11 -91 -160 -137 -132 -1,200 -1,000 -800 -600 -400 -200 0 Employment(No.ofPeople) Industry
  9. 9. 6/8/2016 9 APY Lands, employment impact model resource dev.* 17 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 Employment(No.ofPersons) Industry 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Employmentincome($) Millions Industry Ranger, employment impact model mine closure – Likely case 18
  10. 10. 6/8/2016 10 Ranger, Employment impact model mine closure – Worse case 19 Ranger, Employment impact of mine closure – Best Case 20
  11. 11. 6/8/2016 11 Online Atlas Development* • SA prepared, NT and WA being added • Trialled mine impact employment models 21 I-O Model of Remote Australia – Early prelim. results* 22 Australia
  12. 12. 6/8/2016 12 I-O Model of Remote Australia – Early prelim. results* cont…. 23 Remote Australia 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% %ofAustralianjobs Industry Social Acceptance and Mineral Development • Range of projects that can provide an evidence base for whether ECVM is being delivered • ECVM critical to obtaining social acceptance • Providing information to communities early can help in building trust and gaining social acceptance • Governments and Companies make decisions, communities can only influence them • Ethically however, without social acceptance, difficult for mining to proceed in good faith • resulting in a burden placed on society – for which governments are ultimately accountable and responsible 24
  13. 13. 6/8/2016 13 25
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On 26 May 2016, Dr Boyd Blackwell presented to the CSIRO, CRC-REP & South Australian Department of State Development Social Acceptance and Mineral Development Workshop on the topic 'Enduring Community Value from Mining (ECVM): Tracking and mapping mine expenditure'.

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