Miners’ community engagement causing harm

The corporate social responsibility programs of five leading Australian mining giants are having adverse effects in remote towns, a study has found.

The research showed that some communities were given money for infrastructure they don’t need, while other towns had become dangerously dependent on these contributions.

The study argues that companies must do more to manage long-term community development.

Read more at University of Melbourne

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