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54% of projects extracting clean energy minerals overlap with Indigenous lands, research reveals

By Deanna Kemp, Professor and Director, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, The University of Queensland
John Owen, Professorial Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
Kado Muir, Chair of National Native Title Council and Ngalia Cultural Leader | EthnoEcologist, Indigenous Knowledge
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Energy transition minerals are essential to tackling climate change. But First Nations people must have a genuine say in where and how this happens.The Conversation

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