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Rio Tinto commits to climate vote at AGM
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 18 FEB 2021  |  NEWS
Stakeholders including investors and activists have welcomed a decision by Rio Tinto to put its climate reporting to an advisory vote at this year's AGMs. Rio Tinto is the first Australian-listed company to commit to a vote on its Taskforce for Climate-related ...
Rio leadership overhaul aimed at restoring trust, license to operate
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 28 JAN 2021  |  NEWS
Rio Tinto has overhauled its executive leadership in a bid to rebuild trust and social license to operate in the wake of the destruction at Juukan Gorge. Shareholders and stakeholders noted the moves have to be grounded in a wider change to culture ...
Social license to operate, stakeholder management key governance concerns
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  MONDAY, 18 JAN 2021  |  NEWS
... considerations during this AGM season in Australia. The recent history of corporate scandals relating to poor conduct - Rio Tinto, AMP Capital, Crown Resorts as well as others - as well as managing the impacts of COVID-19 and the uncertainty relating ...
Stakeholders mull impact of Rio Tinto report
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  FRIDAY, 18 DEC 2020  |  NEWS
In the wake of a damning report into Rio Tinto's destruction of 46,000 year old caves at the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia, stakeholders including traditional owners, investors and civil society are looking to how the recommendations in a governmental ...
Social issues and climate dominate engagement: SSGA
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 22 OCT 2020  |  NEWS
... more frequently with Australian companies on this topic, Colton added. In Australia, State Street engaged with Dexus, Rio Tinto, Santos Spark Infrastructure, and Woodside. While State Street remains engaged on the topic of diversity and inclusion, it ...
Opinion: Australian super funds could benefit from US ESG policy move
RAEWYN WILLIAMS  |  THURSDAY, 24 SEP 2020  |  NEWS
... by Moody's and S&P. In Australia, the recent Juukan Gorge controversy added fuel to this concern: the mining company Rio Tinto that blew up a 46,000-year-old sacred indigenous site had been voted top mining company in corporate human rights for the two ...
Investors welcome Rio resignations
ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 11 SEP 2020  |  NEWS
Chief executive of Rio Tinto, Jean-Sebastien Jacques, will step down following pressure from investors and indigenous leaders over the destruction of the Juukan Gorge in May. Rio Tinto said the decision was made following the board review?of the company's ...
HESTA issues Statement on Working with Indigenous Communities
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  FRIDAY, 28 AUG 2020  |  NEWS
... Blakey said. Blakey said investors were "dismayed at the destruction of culturally significant sites at Juukan Gorge by Rio Tinto." "Not only was priceless heritage destroyed and the costs borne by shareholders as a result, but we had believed this risk ...
ACCR files resolutions with BHP, AGL for AGM votes
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  FRIDAY, 14 AUG 2020  |  NEWS
... Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and leaders from across Australia. The resolution was prompted by Rio Tinto's destruction of culturally significant heritage sites at Juukan Gorge earlier this year. "Off the back of Rio Tinto in May ...
ASX-listed mining, gas and oil companies lack tax transparency: PWYP
RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  FRIDAY, 31 JUL 2020  |  NEWS
... showed that of the top 20 ASX-listed companies - the top 10 in mining and the top 10 in oil and gas - only 3 - BHP, Rio Tinto and South32 were disclosing all their documentation at a country by country, project by project level, because they're mandated ...
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