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International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC)

The EITI International Secretariat and EITI Board Chair Helen Clark participated in IMARC from 2-4 November 2022.

  • 2 – 4 November 2022
  • In-person

Dates: 2-4 November 2022

Location: Sydney, Australia

Registration: Registration closed


IMARC is the largest gathering of mining professionals in Australia. EITI Board Chair, Rt Hon. Helen Clark, delivered a keynote address on the opening day of the event. EITI Executive Director Mark Robinson also took part in a keynote panel discussion on ESG outcomes in the mining value chain and in an industry panel on a similar topic. The conference also launched "Mission critical: Strengthening governance of mineral value chains for the energy transition", a new report from the EITI. 


Keynote address - Why mining's good governance is a critical element of the energy transition

Wednesday, 2 November from 10:30-10:45

BHP Plenary Theatre, IMARC pass required

Rt Hon. Helen Clark, EITI Board Chair

Investor Interview: Top ESG Considerations for those in Finance and Investment

Wednesday, 2 November from 14:55-15:20

SW Accountants & Advisors Investment Theatre

Andrew Irvine, Legal and Corporate Engagement Director

Keynote panel discussion - Ethical Investing, Responsible Sourcing and Measuring ESG Outcomes Across the Mining Value Chain – How Could We Do Better?

Thursday, 3 November from 8:30-9:00

BHP Plenary Theatre, IMARC pass required

Mark Robinson, Executive Director of the EITI

Industry panel discussion: ESG in the Energy transition: Raising business integrity standards within mining and resources

Thursday, 3 November from 11:25-12:00

Collaboration Arena, Collaboration Arena access required

Mark Robinson, Executive Director of the EITI

Report launch - Critical elements of the energy transition: Launch of the new EITI report on transition mineral value chains and the role of good governance

Thursday, 3 November from 13:15-14:00

Collaboration Arena, Collaboration Arena access required

EITI, Transparency International Australia, and the University of Queensland