BHP Billiton's London AGM in the news

BHP Billiton's London AGM in the news

There was a great deal of media coverage of this year’s BHP Billiton AGM in London, including plenty of quotes from LMN’s visitors from Brazil, Colombia and Indonesia. In advance of the AGM, the New Internationalist published Life in the shadow of the...
The Two Degrees: yet another BHP Billiton AGM

The Two Degrees: yet another BHP Billiton AGM

Samuel Arregoces from Colombia arrives at the BHP Billiton AGM (Photo: Christian McLaughlin) Report on the 22 October 2015 London AGM of BHP Billiton plc by Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network As shareholders arrived at the BHP Billiton AGM, they were...
BHP Billiton: pull out of Indomet project!

BHP Billiton: pull out of Indomet project!

Actions at BHP Billiton offices in Melbourne and London, Tuesday 26 May Yesterday, activists in Melbourne in Australia and in London targeted the offices of BHP Billiton to draw attention to the damage caused by the company’s activities in the rainforests of...
Following up the Dirty Coal Tour

Following up the Dirty Coal Tour

In October and November 2014, London Mining Network hosted a Dirty Coal Tour, with visitors from Colombia and Indonesia meeting up with Fossil Free Universities groups, local WDM groups, churches and others to speak about the human and environmental impacts of coal...
BHP Billiton's Australian AGM

BHP Billiton's Australian AGM

BHP Billiton holds two Annual General Meetings each year – one in London, the other in Australia. Here’s a roundup of news about the November AGM in Adelaide. Protesters gather at BHP Billiton meeting BHP Billiton’s use of only fly-in fly-out workers...

An unchanging climate at BHP Billiton

Report on the BHP Billiton AGM, LMN's visitors from Colombia and Indonesia, and the attempt by Ian Dunlop, climate change campaigner, to get elected to the company's Board.

BHP Billiton to be slammed for Borneo coal mining at AGM

Press Release by Down to Earth and London Mining Network London, Tuesday 22nd October 2013 The board of controversial mining giant BHP Billiton is set to be slammed at its AGM by an Indonesian activist over seven coal concessions collectively covering an area of more...