Driving sustainable investment in African Mining

Nikki Wagner

Director / Professor DSI-NRF CIMERA, University of Johannesburg

Prof Nikki (Nicola) Wagner is the Director of the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence in Integrated Mineral and Energy Resource Analysis (DSI-NRF CIMERA) and Professor in the Geology Department at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Her personal research areas include organic petrology, coal characterization, trace elements and critical raw materials in coal and associated products, carbon dioxide capture and storage, coal conversion, ash utilization, and so on. She graduated from RHBNC, London, with a geology-zoology Honours degree, and completed her PhD in 1998 (Wits). Prof Wagner has worked for Sasol, the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits), and currently the University of Johannesburg (since 2014). Prof Wagner has graduated over 50 postgraduate students and published over 75 peer reviewed journal articles. She is a Fellow of the GSSA, Chair of the FFF-Carbon, member of SEG, registered with SACNASP, fully accredited by the ICCP and on the Council of the ICCP. She holds an NRF B-rating. As Director of DSI-NRF CIMERA, Prof Wagner works with a host of collaborators across SA and internationally covering a wide array of mineral commodities.

2024 Agenda Sessions

The just transition and coal: is coal holding Africa back?

Wednesday 07 February 10:10 - 10:55 Stewards Stage

Sustainability Series

Add to calendar 02/07/2024 10:10 02/07/2024 10:55 The just transition and coal: is coal holding Africa back? Stewards Stage Africa/Johannesburg