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Potential class action

Response to Class Action Investigation into sexual discrimination and harassment in Australia.
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Train derailment, Western Australia

Rio Tinto confirms a rail incident occurred about 80kms from Karratha shortly after midnight on Monday 13 May 2024.

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Everyday Respect

In March 2021 we commissioned an independent review of our workplace culture to better understand, prevent and respond to harmful behaviours across our global operations. We are now working to implement the 26 recommendations.

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Juukan Gorge

We are committed to learning the lessons and have taken decisive action
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Update on the Panguna Mine

The independent Legacy Impact Assessment is ongoing
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Our position on deep-sea mining

Rio Tinto has no plans to carry out deep-sea mining activities.
Train in the Pilbara

Continuous improvement in climate disclosures for steel decarbonisation

In response to engagement with investors and civil society organisations in the lead up to our AGMs, we have committed to enhance disclosure on plans to reduce scope 3 emissions from processing iron ore.
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Investment in Australian Integrated Carbon

Rio Tinto has joined Australian Integrated Carbon as a shareholder, having completed the acquisition of a 14.15% interest

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Statement - Update on Fort Smith plane crash

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Recognition through a Voice

On 14 October 2023, eligible Australian citizens had their say in the Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
Compagnie des Bauxites de Guinée SA (CBG)

Update on CBG

CBG is a bauxite operation in Guinea owned by Halco Mining Inc. (Rio Tinto 45%) and the Guinean government.
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Missing capsule in Western Australia

We are grateful for the hard work of everyone involved in finding the capsule

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We’re working towards net zero emissions by 2050