Impressive turnaround for some stocks but much ground to make up. By Tony Featherstone.
By Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia
The ground-breaking work of the 2019 joint Nobel Prize winners – Goodenough, Whittingham and Yoshino – paved the way for the first commercial lithium-ion battery (LIB). Read more
By Roskill Principal Lithium Analyst Allan Pedersen
Australia has benefited from production and exports of key commodities, such as coal and iron ore, in recent decades. This is a success story which continues and is likely to do so for the foreseeable future, but there is a new “mineral dawn” on the horizon for Australia.
Gold mining is an energy-intensive and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions-intensive industry. With climate change risks identified as financial risks and the Paris Agreement’s adoption in 2015, far greater scrutiny is being placed on companies’ GHG emissions and actions to mitigate them to become more environmentally sustainable. Read more
By IBM data insights and AI practice leader, Abhishek Kaul, and Vale global AI projects leader, Ali Soofastaei
In recent years, there has been increased attention on the possible impact of future robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Read more
In times of global economic uncertainty, our focus becomes defensive and what better avenue of defence than gold. Read more
By Tony Featherstone
The recovery in mining floats has gone up a gear as more resource companies take advantage of buoyant sharemarket conditions to raise capital and list on the ASX. Read more