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The Australian Mining and Exploration Council tells Juukan Gorge inquiry changes would be an ‘over-reach’ The national body representing hundreds of mining and mineral exploration companies in Australia has told a parliamentary inquiry it would be “overreach” to strengthen federal laws to protect Aboriginal heritage. But at the same hearing into Rio Tinto’s destruction of a 46,000-year-old sacred site at Juukan Gorge, the Law Council of Australia argued the opposite, saying there was an “an urgent need” for federal government leadership on Indigenous cultural heritage protection. Related: Rio Tinto kept loading explosives at Juukan Gorge after promising to stop, traditional owners say Related: Letter reveals Rio Tinto urged transfer of powers to WA ahead of environment law review Contin...
By David Winning SYDNEY-- Rio Tinto PLC's next leader will inherit a decision that could define the miner's next decade:…
Miner also discussed environmental law reform with government officials on at least four occasions, documents show
A former vice-president of Aboriginal relations at Rio Tinto says the miner's reputation as a global leader in heritage management may never recover after it blasted the sacred Indigenous site at Juukan Gorge.
BHP Group (BHP) and Rio Tinto Group (RIO) are similar in some ways, yet different in other ways. Lately, both companies have come to depend more and more on iron ore for most of their earnings, despite the two having a diverse portfolio of products to fall back on. How...
Residents of the Papua New Guinea region have accused the mining giant of environmental and human rights violations and asked for an investigation.
This mine has destroyed thousands of lives and livelihoods in Bougainville, an island in Papua New Guinea. It’s time Rio Tinto cleaned up its mess.
A total of 25 holes for 818 m on seven targets were completed, all located on historical copper showings.
More than 150 people in Bougainville have filed a complaint against the embattled Rio Tinto company.
Rio Tinto is facing accusations it "side-stepped" responsibility to clean up poisonous waste from a closed mine on Papua New Guinea's Bougainville island in a complaint filed Tuesday in Australia.