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Rio Tinto

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in United Kingdom

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Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

 

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9 July 2020

Mongolia: Monitoring NGO reports partial progress in implementation of tripartite settlement between herders and Oyu Tolgoi mine

Author: Accountability Counsel

"From Paper to Progress - Tracking agreements between nomadic herders and Mongolia's largest copper mine"....

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25 June 2020
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24 June 2020

Guinea: CBG, a Rio Tinto-Alcoa joint venture failed to meet the IFC Performance Standards in resettling local communities, says new report - with company's comment

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23 June 2020
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Author: 新浪财经,鲁南在线

“神华澳洲煤矿计划 被指将毁原住民文物”,2020年6月16日...

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16 June 2020

Australia: Extractive companies’ projects threaten to destroy Aboriginal heritage sites

Recently, there has been a spate of mining companies destroying or planning to destroy sacred sites for mining. The laws that recognise Aboriginal title to land across Australia often impose conditions on ownership, hampering Aboriginal people’s...

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12 June 2020
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Les commentaires de Rio Tinto et BHP sont inclus dans cette histoire. Pour plus de contenu sur ce sujet, veuillez vous référer à notre histoire en anglais.

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11 June 2020
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Author: Fr24 News

Cette décision intervient quelques jours après qu’une autre société minière a déclenché la colère en détruisant d’anciennes grottes...

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11 June 2020
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Author: Capital

Le géant minier australien BHP a été autorisé à détruire jusqu'à 40 sites du patrimoine aborigène dans l'ouest de l'Australie, nouveau coup dur pour le patrimoine de l'Australie....

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9 June 2020

Australia: Rio Tinto mining blast destroys ancient Aboriginal sacred site

Rio Tinto's mining blast for the expansion of an iron ore mine at Juukan Gorge in the Pilbara region of Western Australia destroyed a cave of significant cultural importance. The cave is considered a sacred site that showed 46,000 years of continual...

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Company response
9 June 2020

Rio Tinto's response

Author: Rio Tinto

We refer to the request for our response to recent events concerning the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura (PKKP) people, our work with the PKKP people going forward and an explanation of how this incident occurred. ...

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