As ministers gather in Warsaw this week for the UN’s latest round of intergovernmental negotiations on climate change, and the Philippines reels from the strongest storm ever recorded, officials at BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, is preparing for their Australian AGM on 21 November in Perth. In this article, Malini Mehra, who has served┬áhas served as adviser to three CEOs at BHP Billiton as a member of the company’s Forum on Corporate Reaponsibility, challenges the company over its policies on climate change.
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