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Rio Tinto accused of violating human rights in

Apr 01, 2020 Rio Tinto divested from the mine in 2016, giving its 53.8% interest in Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) to the Papua New Guinea government and the

Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator

Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator. By Danny Kennedy PT Kelian: A Case Study of Global Operations Project Underground July 13, 2001 . Rio Tinto could be a poster child for corporate malfeasance. The largest mining company in the world, Rio Tinto has headquarters both in Melbourne, Australia and London, England and operations on all continents

Rio Tinto Global Energy Monitor

Danny Kennedy, "Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator PT Kelian: A Case Study of Global Operations", Project Underground, July 13, 2001. Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (WALHI), Undermining Indonesia: Adverse social and environmental impacts of Rio Tinto's mining operations in Indonesia (WALHI, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2003).

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Rio Tinto achieves battery grade lithium production at Boron plant. BORON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rio Tinto has commenced production of battery-grade lithium from waste rock at a lithium demonstration plant at the Boron mine site in California, United States. The demonstration plant is the next step in scaling up a breakthrough lithium

Rio Tinto (corporation) Wikipedia

Rio Tinto Group is an Anglo-Australian multinational and the world's second largest metals and mining corporation, behind BHP, producing iron ore, copper, diamonds, gold and uranium. The company was founded in 1873, when a multinational consortium of investors purchased a mine complex on the Rio Tinto, in Huelva, Spain, from the Spanish government.. Since then, the company has grown through a

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See another side to mining by investigating the type of career you could have at Rio Tinto. From mining, to extraction, to administration to transport. There is a job at Rio Tinto to suit all skillsets and demographics. Learn more about Rio Tinto's careers today.

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Search Rio Tinto: Search Rio Tinto: About We produce iron ore for steel, aluminium for cars and smart phones, copper for wind turbines, diamonds that set the standard for “responsible”, titanium for household products and borates for crops that feed the world

Don’t tarnish your love with Rio Tinto’s dirty diamonds

But Rio Tinto is a notorious violator of labour rights, communities, and the environment. Rio Tinto’s campaign to undermine workers’ fundamental organizing and bargaining rights has recently been documented in the report Rio Tinto and ‘Direct Engagement’.

Campaigners call on jewellery giant to ‘clean up’ this

According to campaigners Rio Tinto is a “notorious” violator of workers’ rights, and its “blind pursuit of profit at any cost” has triggered disputes with numerous trade unions as well as environmental, community and indigenous groups.

Environmental Record of Rio Tinto

Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator PT Kelian: A Case Study of Global Operations July 13th, 2001 by Danny Kennedy. In the third installment in our series documenting corporate violations of the Global Compact's principles we present two articles. The first is written by

Rio Tinto and Indigenous Environmental Justice Progress

Rio Tinto has been in the news again for its egregious disregard for Aboriginal heritage and sites of cultural significance. Rio Tinto’s long list of alleged human rights violations had another addition with the blasting of Juukan Gorge in Western Australia (WA). The blasts were a part of Rio Tinto’s expansion of iron ore mining. The mining giant was fully aware that the site was 46,000

Rio Tinto Global Energy Monitor

Danny Kennedy, "Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator PT Kelian: A Case Study of Global Operations", Project Underground, July 13, 2001. Wahana Lingkungan Hidup Indonesia (WALHI), Undermining Indonesia: Adverse social and environmental impacts of Rio Tinto's mining operations in Indonesia (WALHI, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2003).

Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old

May 31, 2020 Rio Tinto apologised for the destruction of a sacred Aboriginal cave in Western Australia that showed evidence of continual habitation dating back 46,000 years, and said it would urgently review its plans for other sites in the area. Rio Tinto blew up the cave last week in Juukan Gorge, about 1,075 km (667 miles) north of Perth, as part of an expansion programme in the Pilbara iron ore region

Rio Tinto far from ethical IndustriALL

Jan 08, 2015 Rio Tinto, which has a market value of US$ 90 billion, is increasingly turning to contract and subcontracted workers to cut costs. At its Madagascar Minerals operation, there were double the numbers of contract workers as permanent staff as of early 2014. In Australia, Rio Tinto has sacked fulltime workers on mass but kept on casual or contract

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Apr 24, 2018 Rio Tinto Kennecott. Rio Tinto Kennecott is a fully integrated mining operation located just outside Salt Lake City, Utah, US. Kennecott is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rio Tinto. For more than 110 years, Kennecott has been mining and processing

Rio Tinto Limited UN Global Compact

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Mining, Corporate Social Responsibility and the "Community

Mining companies have long had a questionable reputation for social responsibility, especially in developing countries. In recent years, mining companies operating in developing countries have come under increased pressure as opponents have placed them under greater public scrutiny. Mining companies have responded by developing global corporate social responsibility strategies as part of

Where's the Valentine's Day love for sustainability

But it argues Rio Tinto is a "notorious violator of labor rights, communities and the environment," citing a series (PDF) of reports (PDF) alleging that the company has failed to live up to all of its environmental and social supply chain commitments.

Rights group accuses mining giant Rio Tinto of violations

The Human Rights Law Centre published a report Wednesday accusing mining giant Rio Tinto of human rights violations on the island of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. The mine was abandoned by Rio Tinto in 2016 without any effort to assist in the cleanup or closure of the mine.

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Other charter members include International Red Cross/Red Crescent, Care USA, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and Nestle, Rio Tinto (both notorious violators), United Technologies (weapons), and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), a brainchild of the capricious oil entrepreneur Maurice Strong who chaired the

(PDF) Pathway to Sustainability in the Mining Industry: A

Rio Tinto is head quartered in Melbourne, Australia, and is a global leader in finding, mining and refining the natural minerals s uch as iron, copper, aluminum, uranium, etc.

Rio Tinto: Mining giant accused of poisoning rivers in

Sep 30, 2020 Rio Tinto cut ties with BCL in 2016 and handed a 53 per cent stake of the mine to the government of Papua New Guinea but many feel the company should still

Rights group accuses mining giant Rio Tinto of violations

The Human Rights Law Centre published a report Wednesday accusing mining giant Rio Tinto of human rights violations on the island of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea. The mine was abandoned by Rio Tinto in 2016 without any effort to assist in the cleanup or closure of the mine.

Campaigners call on jewellery giant to ‘clean up’ this

According to campaigners Rio Tinto is a “notorious” violator of workers’ rights, and its “blind pursuit of profit at any cost” has triggered disputes with numerous trade unions as well as environmental, community and indigenous groups.

Rio Tinto and Indigenous Environmental Justice Progress

Rio Tinto has been in the news again for its egregious disregard for Aboriginal heritage and sites of cultural significance. Rio Tinto’s long list of alleged human rights violations had another addition with the blasting of Juukan Gorge in Western Australia (WA). The blasts were a part of Rio Tinto’s expansion of iron ore mining. The mining giant was fully aware that the site was 46,000

Rio Tinto apologises for blowing up 46,000-year-old

May 31, 2020 Rio Tinto apologised for the destruction of a sacred Aboriginal cave in Western Australia that showed evidence of continual habitation dating back 46,000 years, and said it would urgently review its plans for other sites in the area. Rio Tinto blew up the cave last week in Juukan Gorge, about 1,075 km (667 miles) north of Perth, as part of an expansion programme in the Pilbara iron ore region

Who Runs the UN?: A Half Century of Corporate Influence

Other charter members include International Red Cross/Red Crescent, Care USA, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and Nestle, Rio Tinto (both notorious violators), United Technologies (weapons), and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), a brainchild of the capricious oil entrepreneur Maurice Strong who chaired the

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Rio Tinto Corporation. Early day motion 1194.HMSO, London. ↑ ICEM. ICEM News release No. 24/1998. British Legislators Condemn Rio Tinto Accessed 21/07/10 ↑ Danny Kennedy Rio Tinto: Global Compact Violator, PT Kelian: A Case Study of Global Operations Project Underground. July

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Rio Tinto Energy America, Jacobs Ranch Mine, Wyoming Above and beyond regulatory requirements, this company uses sound science to establish and maintain a high level of forage for area ranches, deer, and antelope while recreating ephemeral streams and

(PDF) Pathway to Sustainability in the Mining Industry: A

Rio Tinto is head quartered in Melbourne, Australia, and is a global leader in finding, mining and refining the natural minerals s uch as iron, copper, aluminum, uranium, etc.

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The violator and/or company agrees to pay $2,500.00 USD for EACH time the violator signs in, in addition to any and all attorney fees. Violator agrees to compensate BIDJUDGE at the rate of $100 per hour for damages that can be settled in a small claims suit including the cost of subpoenas which will be charged at a rate of $120 each.

Bribery-Related Follow-On Securities Suit Filed Against U

The lawsuit against Rio Tinto is also the latest securities class action lawsuit to be filed against a non-U.S. company. With the Rio Tinto lawsuit, there have now been a total of 44 securities class action lawsuits filed against non-U.S. companies so far in 2016, as

Rio Tinto will not protect Oak Flat. Look what it did in

Nov 16, 2020 Tribes spoke up. Rio Tinto still got the OK. For seven years, opposition to the Juukan Gorge project had been strong among the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and

Rio Tinto president resigns over outcry over cave

Rio Tinto chairman Simon Thompson will step down next year in response to investor stigma over the mining company’s destruction last year of a sacred 46,000-year-old native. site in Western Australia. The Anglo-Australian miner said on Wednesday that Thompson, a Briton, would not seek re-election at the company’s annual meetings, scheduled

IndustriALL Headlines #127, January 5, 2015 IAMAW

Jan 05, 2015 But Rio Tinto is a notorious violator of labour rights, communities, and the environment. Rio Tinto’s campaign to undermine workers’ fundamental organizing and bargaining rights has recently been documented in the report Rio Tinto and ‘Direct Engagement’.