Mines and Money London 2022 came back with a bang, pushing sustainability and ESG higher on the agenda than ever before, through the introduction of the key theme, Resourcing Tomorrow.

The conference was divided into three streams: Resourcing Tomorrow, Mines and Money, and Reimagining Mining, forming a new, innovative structure to the event. The mining industry undergoing rapid changes, as such, Mines and Money London looks to help facilitate stakeholder engagement and forge a clear path for the wider industry as it heads towards a more responsible future. With this in mind, the Resourcing Tomorrow platform was born, intended to address coming issues facing the mining industry and facilitate conversations that drive meaningful progress and keep sustainability at the forefront.

The Mines and Money stream supplied a more traditional stage to spotlight junior mining firms, and host investment panels. While the Reimaging Mining stream provided a forum for technologists and innovative ideas to be disseminated, highlighting the ways technological advancement can jointly protect our environment and invigorate the mining industry.

Back at London’s Business Design Centre from 28 – 30 November 2023, the next edition of the event is not to be missed; join over 2000 decision makers, mining leaders, policymakers, investors, innovators, and educators from 75+ countries for three days of learning, deal-making, and unparalleled networking.

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Meet over 150+ mining companies

Qualified investors will attend Mines and Money London in search of the latest and greatest mining projects and opportunities.



With mining driving 38% of the world’s GDP, everyone recognises the critical role it will play in the energy transition. Mines and Money London will examine how the policies stemming from COP26 and the need to combat climate change are leading to a growing acceptance of the role that the mining industry has to play in helping decarbonisation. 

Geopolitical developments and COVID-19 has led to a re-appraisal of mining supply chains. Exploration is once again front of mind with a realisation that there is not enough supply to meet the demand for the green economy.



Each year decision makers, international mining leaders, policy makers, investors, innovators, and educators attend Mines and Money London to learn, network and most importantly, do business. 

This year will be no different. At Resourcing Tomorrow, brought to you by Mines and Money you can expect to meet 2000+ decision makers, mining leaders, investors, financiers, and industry professionals. 

Meet C-suite, Vice Presidents, Heads and Managers of mining companies ranging from explorers, juniors to mid-tier producers and majors. Plus, leading investors, financiers, and industry professionals from across the globe.

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At Resourcing Tomorrow, brought to you by Mines and Money, attendees will benefit from a deep dive into the latest developments and new research. 

Themes will be addressed in plenary and concurrent sessions, dialogue tables, and panel discussions. These parallel streams will be combined with joint-stream and plenary sessions where delegates can come together to explore key issues. 

There will be thousands of opportunities to network, brainstorm, and knowledge share. Attend one of the many networking events or simply enjoy a drink at the networking bar, catch up with your industry colleagues and grow your network – that’s what Resourcing Tomorrow is all about.

hear world class content with keynote sessions from expert Investors, analysts and mining companies

Event Updates

New Plenary Stream

Resourcing Tomorrow covering the critical themes of how the mining industry can enable the energy transition to a green economy


New Mining & Innovation Stream

Tackling key issues such as digitalisation, AI, mineral processing and tailings and water management


Increased Focus on ESG & Sustainability

As ESG moves from strategy to implementation we’ll look at key issues such as ESG metrics, SDPs, and better community engagement


Geopolitical Focus

Addressing key issues to include supply chain disruption, the impact of the war in Ukraine and resource nationalism


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