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Rio Tinto – don’t dodge the questions! A joint response

On 13 May, eight organisations that put questions to Rio Tinto at its London AGM on 8 April (or, to be precise, at the connected ‘shareholder engagement session’) wrote an open letter [https://londonminingnetwork.org/2020/05/rio-tinto-answer-the-question/] to Rio...

Workers at Cerrejon mine reject ‘shift of death’

Statement from Sintracarbón (National Union of Workers in the Coal Industry in Colombia) 18 July, 2020 We Say NO to the Shift of Death - Declaration of the Board of Directors of Sintracarbón Yesterday, 17 July, during the meeting of the Board of Directors of our...

The Damage Done – Reputational & Real

Rio Tinto destroys 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site, and other London mining news Dear friends,In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, LMN recently issued a statement making clear the link between mining, imperialism and racism. Rio Tinto then swiftly gave...

Another victory in campaign to free the Bruno Stream

A Colombian state authority has called for the Bruno Stream to be returned to its natural course, in the face of Cerrejon Coal's failure to do so after diverting it to gain access to more coal. The Bruno Stream is the main tributary of the Rio Rancheria, the only...

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