BHP: a better, clearer future?

Sep 24, 2021 | EventsNews

London Mining Network presents a briefing on BHP’s activities and their impacts on communities and climate across the globe.

About this event

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Join us as we present a briefing on BHP’s ongoing operations and the effects they have on local communities and the global climate. While the company is keen to present itself as a forward thinking and ethical mine operator, BHP has a history of cutting and running; abandoning its responsibilities and failing to put right harm it has done.

With BHP’s 2021 Annual General Meeting falling shortly before the COP26 climate summit, it’s time to closely examine the reality of the company’s ‘green’ and responsible credentials. Dr Steven Emerman, Associate Professor of Hydrology, Utah Valley University, will chair this session presenting voices from the frontlines of ecological, industrial and social conflicts with BHP.

To register:

Únase a nosotros mientras presentamos una sesión informativa sobre las operaciones en curso de BHP y los efectos que tienen en las comunidades locales y el clima global. Si bien la empresa está dispuesta a presentarse como un operador de minas ético y con visión de futuro, BHP tiene un historial de corte y funcionamiento; abandonando sus responsabilidades y sin reparar el daño que ha causado.

Con la reunión general anual de BHP 2021, poco antes de la cumbre del clima de la COP26, es hora de examinar de cerca la realidad de las credenciales ‘verdes’ y responsables de la compañía. El Dr. Steven Emerman, profesor asociado de hidrología de la Universidad del Valle de Utah, presidirá esta sesión presentando las voces de la vanguardia de los conflictos ecológicos, industriales y sociales con BHP.

Para enregistrarse:

For more information on BHP, see our Company Profile & Alternative Timeline.

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