The Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) is seeking Rio Tinto shareholders to support a resolution on lobby group spending at Rio’s forthcoming AGM.
ACCR is seeking 100 or more shareholders to support a resolution calling on Rio Tinto to quit its membership in the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA). ACCR says that Rio Tinto’s position on climate change and energy policy is no longer aligned with MCA’s lobbying policies, and thus, it “doesn’t make sense” for Rio Tinto to spend shareholder money on supporting the MCA.
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