Climate change resilience
The business continues to work with the University of Queensland’s Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation to conduct a four-year research program to test the response of Curragh’s rehabilitated landforms to wildfire.
Climate change may impact fire regimes across the Australian landscape through changes to temperature, rainfall, humidity, wind, and the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The findings of the university study will provide information that will then be used to mitigate impacts from long-term climate change.
Greenhouse gas emissions
720tonnes CO2e: '000