We have 'a key role to play' in low carbon transition: Coal and metals miner BHP unveils $400m climate investment plan

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The Mt Arthur thermal coal mine in Australia | Credit: BHP Group
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The Mt Arthur thermal coal mine in Australia | Credit: BHP Group

BHP Group also pledges to set emissions reduction goals for its own activities and the use of the fossil fuel products it sells

BHP Group has pledged to invest $400m in developing technologies to cut its greenhouse gas emissions from its own business and the use of its products, marking a major ramp up of the mining giant's sustainability...

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