2023 Theme: Critical to Our Future
- Critical to our economies.
- Critical to our communities.
- Critical to our energy transition.
- Critical to everything.
Responsible mineral exploration and development are critical to addressing our global challenges. The minerals and metals we discover ignite global supply chains, drive innovation and technological transformations, power new energy solutions and help achieve a low-carbon future. They are ‘Critical to Our Future’.
The transition to a low-carbon future starts with our passion, expertise, and perseverance in the search for minerals and metals. Together, we advance viable mineral exploration and development projects that are safe, sustainable, and socially responsible. Our commitment to responsible practices is critical to attracting investment, engaging a diverse workforce and building social acceptance.
Positive relationships between Indigenous groups and industry create a shared understanding, advancing social and economic reconciliation.
AME Roundup 2023
January 23 – 26, 2023
Registration is closed.
AME Roundup is where deals are made, talent is discovered, and trends are set.
In January 2023, thousands of geoscientists, prospectors, financiers, investors, suppliers, governments and Indigenous partners from around the world gathered in person in Vancouver, Canada.
Featuring the latest geoscience knowledge, high-grade rock samples and mineralized drill core, AME Roundup is a centre of excellence with opportunities to learn and share the latest tools, technologies and techniques. Our content is relevant and timely, delivered by high-calibre speakers, engaging exhibitors and inspiring presenters.
Join us to think big, think bold, and think critically. Hosted by explorers for explorers, AME Roundup 2023 focused on the key issues, helped us imagine new possibilities and advanced our understanding of the minerals and metals ‘Critical to Our Future.’
View the 2023 Schedule-at-a-Glance.
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Discover opportunities to connect your company with thousands of mineral exploration leaders through AME Roundup and year-round digital, programming and advocacy sponsorship.
AME is the lead association for the mineral exploration and development industry based in British Columbia. Established in 1912, AME represents, advocates, protects and promotes the interests of thousands of members who are engaged in mineral exploration and development in B.C. and throughout the world. AME encourages a safe, economically strong and environmentally responsible industry by providing clear initiatives, policies, events and tools to support its membership.