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BHP Billiton

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Australia

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Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

 

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16 October 2017

Australia: Shareholder resolutions call for listed companies to act on social and environmental issues

Author: Ruth Williams, Sydney Morning Herald

"How the new generation of activists corners boards", 14 October 2017...

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15 October 2017
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En un evento público organizado por la publicación Semana Sostenible, se llevó a cabo la presentación del Informe de sostenibilidad 2016 de Cerrejón (parte de Anglo American, BHP Billiton y Glencore), cuyo texto completo puede leerse aquí. En él el...

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15 October 2017

ESG roundup: Beware a ‘diesel moment’ for chemical sector

Author: Susanna Rust, International Publishers Limited (UK)

A resolution passed by the European Parliament states that pension funds should commit to divesting from fossil fuels. The relevant passage of the resolution, which was adopted by a show of hands, states that the European Parliament: "Calls on...

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9 October 2017

Unions and super funds up ante on human rights abuses

Author: Adele Ferguson, Sydney Morning Herald

7 October 2017...

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2 October 2017

Australia: Resolution on human rights to be voted on at Woolworths' Annual General Meeting

Author: Eli Greenblat, The Australian

"Social activists hijack Woolworths", 26 September 2017...

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25 September 2017

Australia: BHP agrees to clarify its position on climate and energy

Author: Michael Slezak, The Guardian (Australia)

"BHP agrees to rethink its links to Minerals Council of Australia", 19 September 2017...

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21 September 2017
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21 September 2017

Global firms use carbon pricing to reduce emissions, analyze investments, and evaluate risk & opportunities of low-carbon economy

An internal carbon price is increasingly being used by companies across sectors and geographies to translate the risks and opportunities of a low-carbon economy into business decisions. Approximately 1,200 businesses from around the world are either...

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13 September 2017

USA: Global firms use carbon price as incentives to reduce emissions

Author: Matthew Renda, Courthouse News Services

"With Government Silent, Corporations Price Emissions to Help Fight Climate Change", 13 September 2017...

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12 September 2017

Australia: Growing numbers of mining companies operating in Africa; greater transparency required to minimise risk of corrupt practices

Author: Eryk Bagshaw, Sydney Morning Herald

"The Australian companies mining $40 billion out of Africa", 10 September 2017...

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