A short history of Rio Tinto Mining abuses

mining_2001_04_27_rio1.pdf

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One Response to A short history of Rio Tinto Mining abuses

  1. mcnatty says:

    A stronger indictment comes from within the Riotinto organisation.

    A selected quote from an audit of selected sites
    During our site visits ERM found four operations in Australia where the level of identification and protection of indigenous archaeological artefacts could have been improved, and unauthorised land clearing highlighted deficiencies in management controls. While the incidents had been notified to corporate, these deficiencies represent a potential business risk to Rio Tinto as continued good performance at local level is crucial to securing access to new and existing mineral rights.

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