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We believe the local community should be the main beneficiary of our presence
We’re focused on building local prosperity, improving quality of life, and ensuring our regional towns thrive – to ensure the benefits of our presence go beyond our workforce and beyond the life of any single mine. Ultimately, our compact is to leave an economic and social legacy that outlives our mining operations, and lives on in the areas of education, health, skills and infrastructure.
Our community and
Identify, develop and operate high-quality, long-life, lower-cost coal projects
Promote local economic growth and sustainability through permanent job creation and local procurement
Help build local community capacity and viability through direct and indirect intergenerational investment in education, health, skills and infrastructure
Instill community trust through responsible environmental stewardship and community partnerships
Leave an economic and social legacy that outlives mining operations
Stakeholder Engagement and
Community Investment Strategy
We are committed to respectful and meaningful engagement with all stakeholders and to operating with openness and transparency.
We firmly believe the local community should be the main beneficiary of our presence and are focused on building local prosperity, improving quality of life, and ensuring our regional towns thrive – and our Stakeholder Engagement and Community Investment Strategy 2021-23 is our roadmap to achieving this.
Modelled on the International Association for Public Participation framework, the Strategy brings a new level of commitment to best practice community engagement and incorporates ideas and feedback raised by our stakeholders. Specifically, the Strategy: makes clear our commitment to the local community and region; explains our operations in context; incorporates community feedback received over time; and communicates how we are addressing feedback by sharing some of our plans for future community activities and investment.
We will review our progress annually and make changes as required, while continuing to check-in regularly with the community. Any community member is invited to provide feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
to North West NSW in FY21
& VPA payments$1.7m
& VPA payments$1.5m
& VPA payments$0.02m
Liverpool Plains LGA
& VPA payments$0.5m
Donations & sponsorships
We take great pride in our long-standing links with local communities, including the fact the majority of our people live in the local areas around our operations, and we are pleased to support a range of charities and community organisations. Find out more about our donations and sponsorship guidelines, including how to apply.
Learn about our approach to environmental management.Learn more
Find out about our work with Indigenous people connected to the land where we operate.Learn more
Health & safety
Find out how safety is a cornerstone aspect of out operations and performance.Learn more