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April is World Autism Month and it’s a cause close to our hearts at BHP.
Read about how BHP Foundation's partners are tackling education equity in Asia
With the support of the BHP Foundation, Our Voice, led by the Nuestra Voz Group is aiming to build a more equitable and just society in Chile.
In a month where International Women’s Day and World Water Day both fall, we take a look at how seven women with a combined industry experience of over 100 years are helping us solve complex water stewardship challenges across the company.
Supervisor Packaging, John Adam “Joey” has been part of the BHP team at Kwinana Nickel Refinery for 40 years, playing an essential role in packaging and exporting nickel, used in the production of electric vehicle batteries.
Kathy Ehrig, Superintendent Geometallurgy at Olympic Dam in South Australia, has won the Australian Geoscience Council’s (AGC) Roy Woodall Medal.
We know access to childcare is a big issue in regional communities. That’s why we are investing in Child Australia's Thriving Futures Academy to train more early childhood educators in the Pilbara.
Hosted by Reconciliation Australia and the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute, and supported by the BHP Foundation - the 2021 Indigenous Governance Awards are now open.
Maintainers at BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) Caval Ridge Mine wash plant will no longer be exposed to rotating machinery during filter press repairs thanks to a new solution developed through BHP’s Supplier Innovation Program. In January, Australian-owned Jord International was awarded a contract to work hand-in-hand with the maintenance team at Caval Ridge to pilot their solution.
Opening Extractives supported by the BHP Foundation is a new cross-sector partnership between EITI and Open Ownership which aims to end the use of anonymous companies linked to corruption and mismanagement in the extractive sector.