The BHP AGM is on again this Thursday. If you’re in Sydney, come down to Darling Harbour and let the shareholders know how destructive their company really is. We’ve prepared an alternative annual report detailing BHP’s dirty deeds, and we’ll be making more noise than an open cast mine.
Reflection by Richard Solly, Co-ordinator, London Mining Network
The folk at Carnival of Dirt have put together this awesome poster of BHP Billitons atrocities in Congo, Chile, Colombia, Australia and Papua New Guinea! Check it out.
From 14th-18th July people from around Australia will be converging at the gates of BHP Billiton’s Roxby Downs uranium mine in South Australia. Watch this video for the official invite from Traditional Owner, Uncle Kevin Buzzacott. http://lizardsrevenge.net/
Check out the Carnival of Dirt website!
About the Carnival of Dirt
On Friday 15 June, London will experience its first ever Carnival of Dirt, a carnival like no other. More than 30 activist groups from London and around the world have come together to highlight the illicit deeds of mining and extraction companies. Read the rest of this entry »
Arabunna Elder, Kevin Buzzacot has been fighting hard for many years trying to protect his country from BHP Billiton’s large scale uranium mine in South Australia. In yet another David and Goliath story Uncle Kevin Buzzacott is taking the mining giant on in court. Read the rest of this entry »
Papua New Guinea Mine Watch
January 9, 2012
Color Change, a new documentary from Front Yard Films, is a testimony to the wrong done by BHP Billiton to the people of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea and the deceit and genocide that preceded BHPs exit from the mine. http://www.frontyardfilms.com.au/Color%20clip.html Read the rest of this entry »