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28 November 2017

Australia: Minerals Council withdraws previous support for policies limiting advocacy by environmental organizations

Author: Michael Slezak, The Guardian (UK)

"Mining industry body retreats from hardline stance on charities", 27 Nov 2017...

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21 November 2017

BHP, Vale & Samarco: New agreement reached in civil law proceedings; incl. extending timeline for agreeing reparation arrangements

Author: R.T. Watson, Sydney Morning Herald

"BHP-Vale deal distances companies from $71.5b in dam collapse lawsuits", 18 November 2017...

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14 November 2017
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14 November 2017
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14 November 2017
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Author: Fundação Renova (Brazil)

[Página da Fundação Renova que representa a Samarco, Vale e BHP Billiton nas ações relacionadas à reparação pelo rompimento da barragem do Fundão]

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8 November 2017

Swedish energy firm Vattenfall conducts “first” analysis of human rights risks of sourcing from Colombia

Author: Vattenfall

“New report on human rights risks in Colombia” – 07 November 2017...

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8 November 2017

BHP opposes Minerals Council of Australia's war on activist rights

Author: Michael Slezak, The Guardian (UK)

BHP has said it will not support the Minerals Council’s bid to strip environmental groups of their ability to advocate for policy change.The surprising move comes amid increasing pressure on [BHP] to distance itself from the Minerals Council [MCA],...

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7 November 2017
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6 November 2017

BlackRock backs shareholder vote call - with limits

Author: Ruth Williams, Sydney Morning Herald

BlackRock, the world's biggest fund manager, has backed calls for boosted shareholder powers to put issues on the agenda at Australian company shareholder meetings – but says ground rules are needed to stop the process being used for frivolous...

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6 November 2017

Shareholders want power to 'escalate' issues

Author: Ruth Williams, Sydney Morning Herald

27 October, 2017...

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