Bianca De Bortoli explains how corporate compliance, corporate complicity and corporate social responsibility interact regarding human rights and the extractive industry.
Though the Australian government’s economic desires have contrasted sharply with Indigenous land ownership in the past, Christine Todd argues the two are not mutually exclusive and suggests the economic development of the land should be carried out by the Indigenous population.
Dario Mujkic explains the concerns with Australia’s rare earth mining in Malaysia, and the irony of using social media to put a stop to it.
The far north coast of NSW is heating up. Farmers and landowners alike are protesting the aggressive progress of coal seam gas (or CSG) mining, writes Alexandra Hurley.
Amy Rogers argues that when an Australian company is operating in a developing country with a history of corruption, environmental and human rights violations, our government must take responsibility.