ENVIRONMENT

QRC launches digital campaign to lure Gen Z to mining

YOUNG people with a passion for the environment are the focus of a digital campaign urging them to bring their skills to the resources and energy sector and play a role in the transition to a low-emissions future.

 QRC CEO Ian Macfarlane wants young people to consider the benefits of choosing a career in the mining industry.

QRC CEO Ian Macfarlane wants young people to consider the benefits of choosing a career in the mining industry.

Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane said high school and early-year university students were being encouraged to bring their values, skills and desire to make a difference to a...

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